Watershed Innovations Grant Program
WINS was created to catalyze lasting collaborative initiatives that will build and strengthen the growing interdisciplinary expertise around water resources at the University of Minnesota. The WRC is assisting by providing in-kind contributions, including Graduate Research Assistantships support for students enrolled in the Water Resources Science (WRS Graduate Program), services to develop proposals securing future external sources of funding, and workforce development in the form of a Watershed Innovations Learning Community. This Community will enhance professional development training for the future generation of watershed science leaders in the variety of skills necessary to conduct impactful and applied science and outreach.
For more information, click a project title below:
- Investigating whether soil health systems improve field workability and quality of life - Anna Cates
- Nitrogen Rate, Cover Crops, and Living Mulches: Their Impact on Irrigated Corn and Soybean Production and the Environment - Fabian Fernandez
- Protecting groundwater: An assessment of hydrophysical and social risks - Amit Pradhananga
- Assessing the implications of chloride from land application of manure for Minnesota waterways - Melissa Wilson