Wyoming Innovation Partnership



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Precision agriculture is an emerging field that leverages technology to improve agricultural efficiency and sustainability. The use of precision agriculture techniques can increase crop yields, reduce inputs, improve soil health, and provide a vast economic return to our agricultural producers.

The University of Wyoming James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (UW-SAREC), located near Lingle is partnering with Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) in developing a joint precision-ag program encompassing:

The program has a strong focus on production agriculture practices, including precision ag technologies such as remote sensing, GPS assisted ag, variable rate irrigation, and precision technologies associated with livestock production.

Learn more about these WIP-backed efforts to bring Wyoming’s ag industry in to the future at Program: Agriculture - Precision Agriculture Certificate (1 Year) - Eastern Wyoming College - Acalog ACMS™.