Observe conservation practices, heritage equipment June 25

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The Farmers of Mill Creek Heritage Equipment & Conservation Field Day is set for Saturday, June 25, at Eron's Event Barn, 3471 County Road C, Stevens Point.

Come and learn about soil and water conservation practices in the Mill Creek watershed. See heritage tractors and equipment prepare the soil and plant soil conservation buffer strips along waterways leading to the Mill Creek.

Learn about cover crops and cover cropping techniques that work with your cropping systems.

Stop by anytime between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. for tours and demonstrations. Trams are available for tours.

Enjoy lunch from noon to 1 .m. prepared and sold by the Glacier Ridge Tractor Club, and wrap up the day relaxing to live music from West of the River Band from 7 to 10 p.m.

Tillage and planting demonstrations and heritage equipment display provided by Rudolph Old Tractor Club, Glacier Ridge Tractor Club, Sherry Tired Iron and Rosholt Area Threshermen, Inc.

More information can be found at or by calling 715-346-1316.

This event is hosted by the Farmers of Mill Creek Watershed Council, a group of farmers in the Mill Creek watershed who have come together because we care about the soil, water and farmers. They are focused on adopting more environmentally friendly farming practices that will ensure clean water and healthy soils for future generations while maintaining or improving profitability. The ultimate goal of the Farmers of Mill Creek Watershed Council is to be stewards of environmental sustainability for our land and water in our watershed.