John Bowsky is a conservation technician at Blue Water Conservation District in Sandusky, and he also farms with his family on their fourth-generation crop farm. On their centennial farm they raise 470 acres of wheat and soybeans. He’s 4-H swine superintendent, livestock committee chair, and Farm Bureau Young Farmer Chair in Sanilac County. Outside of work, he enjoys golfing, 4-wheeling, and camping with his friends.

He talks about:

  • His ties to the land, and what he hopes for future generations
  • The 100 acre-wildlife preserve on his farm’s land
  • Watching the fox family grow up in their backyard
  • Why golf courses look like great hay fields
  • His new experiment with no-till

 

 

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