A core mission of the Iowa Nutrient Research and Education Council is progress measurement. The Council provides resources for projects that provide an accurate accounting of the practices in place which reduce nutrient ...
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The Iowa Nutrient Research and Education Council will hosting two opportunities at the Agribusiness Showcase and Conference to improve your environmental knowledge base. Both opportunities are included with admission to the Showcase.
The Soil Health Partnership (SHP) will be hosting a field day on May 19 near Waverly, Iowa.
The field day at the farm of SHP farmer Mark Mueller will provide information to answer questions about Cover Crop Management, Soil Health, Iowa Water Quality, Machinery Set up, Cost Share Programs, Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy, and No till planting.Read More
The Iowa Nutrient Research and Education Council is beginning a state-funded project in partnership with Iowa State University to further explore how to measure Iowa farmers’ progress in reducing nutrients moving from fields into rivers and streams.
Last year the Iowa Legislature passed legislation funding the effort led by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State, supported by up to $410,000 per year for three years. INREC will receive $250,000 per year for the in-field progress measurement project as part of that appropriation.
The public-private partnership on the project is an important step in measuring nutrient load reductions stemming from Iowa’s implementation of practices and progress on water-quality goals outlined in the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy.Read More
A recent article on the Farm Fresh blog provides some impressive stats about the progress being made on water quality in Iowa. The article 5 Fresh Stats Prove Iowa's Water Quality Progress highlights the large and som ...
DES MOINES, IOWA – December 15, 2016 – In an ongoing effort to continuously improve Iowa’s water quality, a first-of-its-kind collaboration among business, organizations, and industries have joined together to address nu ...