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Iowa Nutrient Research Center Funds New Set of Diverse Water Quality Studies

September 12, 2019

“I am pleased to announce the latest round of projects represent more than $2.03 million in funding for water quality research,” said Matt Helmers, Iowa Nutrient Research Center director and professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering at Iowa State. “The new grants bring the total number of projects funded fully or partially by the center to 92, a total of more than $10.7 million invested in nutrient-related water quality research since 2013.” Read more about Iowa Nutrient Research Center Funds New Set of Diverse Water Quality Studies

Iowa State Survey Shows Farm Owners Make Small Increases in Conservation

January 13, 2020

A survey of Iowa landowners conducted by Iowa State University suggests that adoption of conservation practices has increased slightly since 2012, and that ongoing trends in land ownership and management are likely barriers to a number of conservation practices. However, some of these same barriers may contribute to increased use of no-till management on cropland, researchers found.

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Farmers, Landowners Help Advance Research by Iowa Nutrient Research Center

May 4, 2020

“Farmers and landowners are important partners who help make it possible to test research in different farming and geographic situations,” said Matt Helmers, director of the Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University. “Rob Stout and Eric Hoien are two excellent examples of cooperators whose support has benefited INRC-related water quality research." Read more about Farmers, Landowners Help Advance Research by Iowa Nutrient Research Center