A August 16 presentation by Iowa State University’s Eric Henning will highlight research on water infiltration and impacts of different management practices.
The August 23 presentation by Alicia Vasto of the Iowa Environmental Council will overview CAFO history, rulemaking process, and economic and health impacts on Iowans
This field day aims to assist farmers and landowners with establishing and maintaining perennial vegetation, including Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) areas.
Iowa Learning Farms and Sand County Foundation will host a field day Thursday, August 29 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Garrison House in Clarinda with a sunset prairie walk with host and 2023 Leopold Conservation Award Recipient.
Iowa Learning Farms, in partnership with Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, and Pathfinders RC&D, is hosting a grazing field day on Wednesday, August 30 from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Calvin Van Genderen's farm and reclaimed abandoned mine land near Eddyville.
The Aug. 30 presentation by USDA ARS team will deliver insights gained from corn stover harvest research including soil health, bioenergy production and water quality impacts.
This field day aims to assist farmers and landowners interested in diversifying their operations through the addition of livestock, perennial crops or agroforestry.
The Sep. 6 presentation by the University of Minnesota’s Jeff Strock will highlight research into water stress impacts on corn and soybean crops under average, wet and dry conditions.
Sep. 13 presentation by Nathan Nelson from Kansas State University will highlight ways in which management practices and conservation practices can protect surface water quality
Prepare for the 2023 Iowa Water Conference: "Navigating the Extremes" by taking part in the Pre-Conference Tour!
The 17th annual Iowa Water Conference will be held on September 19-20, 2023, at the Meadows Events and Conference Center at Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Iowa.
The Sep. 20 presentation by Iowa State University Ph. D. student Júlia Brittes Tuthill will showcase model development to help visualize relationships between agriculture and water quality.