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Conservation Counts Articles

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Iowa Minute: Does Iowa have too much manure?

8/19/2019

Manure is a source of nitrogen for fertilizer, and you might be surprised to learn just how valuable it is. Are claims that Iowa has too much manure overblown?

New conservation field days announced the week of 8/16

8/16/2019

There are 7 upcoming conservation field days under our Field Days & Events tab.

New Dean of ISU's Veterinary College discusses rural vet shortage, African Swine Fever and antibiotics | The Spokesman Speaks Podcast, Episode 19

8/12/2019

In this episode, Dr. Dan Grooms, the new Dean of Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about the shortage of rural veterinarians, preventing devastating diseases like African Swine Fever, and antibiotic use.

New conservation field days announced the week of 8/9

8/9/2019

There are 7 upcoming conservation field days under our Field Days & Events tab.

New app provides interactive opportunity to assist monarch recovery

8/7/2019

HabiTally enables farmers, ranchers, landowners and private citizens to support monarch butterfly populations.

Cooperative approach

8/6/2019

A new wetland project in the Middle Cedar watershed will help accelerate the state's water quality goals.

A conservation legacy

8/5/2019

Jarad Weber, Conservation Farmer of the Year, carries on a tradition of caring for the land.

New conservation field days announced the week of 8/2

8/2/2019

There are 9 upcoming conservation field days under our Field Days & Events tab.

Iowa farmers make true progress on water quality

8/1/2019

Environmental activists continue to misinform Iowans about the progress our state’s farmers are making in improving water quality.

Is Iowa’s drinking water safe?

7/31/2019

Iowa's drinking water quality is great. The Iowa Dept of Public Health says that the public water supply has been safe and clean since reports began in 1996.

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