The Iowa Water Center makes a statewide and regional impact through the programs and projects we serve. Check out these featured initiatives or go to our initiatives page to learn about other efforts.
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Iowa Water Conference
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Daily Erosion Project
View our maps that estimate daily sheet and rill erosion in Iowa and beyond.
The Economic Benefits of Mitigating
Harmful Algal Blooms in Iowa
This two-year project led by Wendong Zhang at Iowa State University is conducting a comprehensive assessment of the economic benefits of mitigating HABs in Iowa
Waves of change over the last ten years.
The Iowa State Rural Drinking Water Survey: Some Preliminary Results and Insights – Iowa Learning Farms Webinar
AMES, Iowa — The Iowa Learning Farms webinar on Wednesday, January 27 at noon will feature preliminary results from a survey about rural Iowa’s drinking water quality. Among the greatest challengesJanuary 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The local committee and section management boards have decided to move the 2021 North-Central and South-Central Joint Section Meeting to 100% online in order to ensure everyone’s health and safelyApril 18 - April 20
The Soil Management and Land Valuation Conference is the longest running conference at Iowa State University and is designed for agriculture professionals interested in farm and soil management issues. DueMay 21