Prairie Rivers of Iowa Conservation Field Day in Nevada, Iowa

June 27, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Key Cooperative, Nevada Location
22703 600th Ave
Nevada, IA 50201
Kayla Hasper
(515) 232-0048

Field Day All About Strip-Till/No-Till and Buffer Strips

A field day featuring conservation tillage and buffer strips. Prairie Rivers of Iowa have partnered with Key Cooperative, Story Soil & Water Conservation District, and Story County Conservation to hold this event, and each of the organizations/agencies will have representatives at the event to speak.

Field day is free and open to the public. Includes a complimentary dinner.

About Prairie Rivers of Iowa

As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, Prairie Rivers of Iowa plays a unique role in Iowa. It is the only nonprofit organizations focusing on both conserving our natural and cultural resources and building stronger businesses and communities. They bring unique expertise to creatively address some of Iowa’s most challenging needs. From assisting small communities in marketing themselves to travelers, to supporting students in becoming environmentally-literate citizens, to training the next generation of responsible farmers and producers, Prairie Rivers of Iowa helps Iowans create a stronger and healthier state.

Please RSVP to Kayla Hasper so it is ensured there will be enough food. Hasper is available at (515) 232-0048 or through email at Or, click here to RSVP through the event’s Facebook page.

The History of Prairie Rivers of Iowa

Prairie Rivers of Iowa was founded in 2001 and initially affiliated with the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. This provided services in Boone, Hardin, Hamilton, Marshall, Story, and Webster Counties. Now an independent nonprofit organization, it has expanded its programs and services across Iowa.

A combination of individual and corporate donations, grants and state contracts, fees for support and training services, and sales of log and other products funds the programs.

This organization defines conservation as the protection, management, and restoration of natural resources. This is for current public benefit and sustainable social and economic utilization.

You can visit the Prairie Rivers of Iowa website to learn more about the organization and its work toward a vibrant Iowa.

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