IAWA works with farmers, agricultural associations, companies, conservation organizations, state and federal agencies, and urban leadership and municipalities to create transformational change in Iowa’s water quality. Our partners play a critical role by generating innovative solutions and investing financial and in-kind resources to improve water quality for the benefit of all Iowans.
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See how our partners are making a difference for improved water quality.
- Nitrogen stabilizers and nitrogen research to be the focus of a Central Iowa Field Day By IAWA and Verdesian, an IAWA Business Council member With nitrogen prices increasing over …Read More »
- Partnerships lead to new water quality feature at DMACC Dallas County Farm By Adam Sodders ADEL, Iowa (IAWA) – A once-troublesome mud puddle in a Central Iowa farm field has …Read More »
- ADEL, Iowa (IAWA) – You’re invited! Join us during Earth Week on April 19, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. to learn about the power of wetlands near Iowa farmland to improve …Read More »
- By Rebekah Jones, IAWA Communications Director ANKENY, Iowa (IAWA) – An $80 million project to enhance climate-smart markets, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve carbon sequestration in agriculture will be …Read More »
- From the machine shed to the international market, Roger Montag built a business that’s improving water quality – and nearly the entire family of ten now helps run. This article …Read More »
- By Kaitlin Little Five years ago, the job title “conservation agronomist” didn’t even exist. Now it’s a growing network expanding across the state, thanks to Iowa Soybean Association’s (ISA) efforts …Read More »