New conservation field days announced the week of 2/15
There was one field day announced during the week of February 15. For more details about this and two more field days, visit here.
March 12 - 13 | 2019 Iowa Water Conference
The Iowa Water Conference is the largest outreach and collaboration effort of the Iowa Water Center. It brings together multi-disciplinary organizations and institutions to discuss relevant water issues across Iowa. Through general and concurrent sessions, conference goers will explore current trends across water resource management in both urban and rural landscapes. This exploration will have a particular emphasis on the interconnected nature of our water resources. Further, it will explore the opportunities this offers for collaboration. Register before March 1, 2019 to receive the early registration discount. Registrations will be accepted at the conference at the late registration rate.
February 20 | Webinar: Farmed Prairie Potholes – Consequences & Management Options
Join speaker Amy Kaleita, Iowa State Professor of Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering to discuss consequences and management options for farmed prairie potholes. Connect to the webinar here.
February 21 | Iowa Conservation Education Summit
ICEC is proud to present the first Iowa Conservation Education Summit. This event is part of ICEC REAP CEP grant to assess the state of conservation education CE in Iowa. Join CE stakeholders from across Iowa for a day of active discussion and networking to identify opportunities, share success stories, and make recommendations for building capacity for CE in Iowa! Outcomes from the summit will be incorporated into a statewide assessment report of CE in Iowa. Be part of this important project! The event begins at 9 AM at the Discovery Center at the Blank Park Zoo. Register for the event here.
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