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.
Visitor friendly weather helped draw a crowd to the Iowa Corn panel discussion
on conservation at the 2016 Farm Progress Show in rural Boone. Iowa Corn held a three day water quality panel on August 30 - September 1. Environmental Technology Director Shawn Richmond represented the Iowa Nutrient Research and Education Council (INREC) during the discussion on Wednesday. Richmond discussed topics that related to soil and water conservation, including the importance of on-farm conservation adoption and water quality education.
Wednesday's panel moderator was Ben Nuelle from Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network Farm Broadcaster. Other panelists included Iowa Corn Growers Association Chairman Bob Hemesath, a farmer from Decorah and Iowa Corn Promotion Board Director Roger Zylstra, a farmer from Lynnville.
Soil Health and Cover Crop Field Day Promotes Agricultural Evolution on Nov. 19 near Nashua
AMES, Iowa – The Soil Health Partnership, along with the Iowa Learning Farms and Bremer County farmer partner Mark Mueller, wil ...
Environmental Product, Service and Practice Validation. Many environmental products, services and practices exis ...