Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center Webinar Series

Animal Manure Management December 20, 2018 Print Friendly and PDF
poultryThe Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center offers a free monthly webinar on a variety of issues related to animal manure management.


Next Live Webinar

The next live webinar will be titled "Separation Technologies for Capturing Nutrients from Manure". It will be held on January 18, 2019 at 1:30 pm central. More...

2019 Webinar Schedule

The upcoming webinars will continue to include air and water quality topics. As webcast topics and speakers are finalized, they are posted at Upcoming Webcasts and announced in the newsletter.

Attending a Live Webinar

The webinars are presented live on the third Friday of each month (some exceptions apply) at 2:30 pm (eastern), 1:30 pm (central), 12:30 pm (mountain) and 11:30 am (pacific). All webinars are recorded and archived for on-demand viewing.

  1. First-time viewers should follow the steps on the How Do I Participate in a Webinar? page to be sure you have the appropriate software and web connection.
  2. On the day of the webcast connect through the Live Webinar Information page.

Due to system changes in the summer of 2016, the URL for the webinar will change each time, so please plan to connect through the Live Webinar Information page.

Viewing an Archived Webinar

Each archive includes the video segments, presentation slides, written summaries of the question and answer session (when available), links to additional information, and access to individual segments within each webinar.

You have two options for finding and archived presentation:

Continuing Education Units

The webcast series has been approved for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the Certified Crop Advisers (CCA) and to members of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS).

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.