Iowa Nutrient Research Center Invites Proposals for Water Quality Research

March 27, 2019

The Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University is seeking new proposals for water-quality research that can help landowners reduce nitrate and phosphorus in the state’s waterways, one of Iowa’s most pressing concerns. The center will begin accepting proposals this week for its next round of projects. 

Iowa Nutrient Research Center opens request for new water quality research proposals, due May 3

March 25, 2024

AMES, Iowa- The Iowa Nutrient Research Center is accepting new proposals for research projects designed to reduce nitrate and phosphorus in Iowa’s water. The center invites proposals for water quality projects that will benefit farmers, landowners, agribusinesses, policy makers and communities.

“This year’s RFP is informed by two meetings held this February that included more than 40 diverse stakeholders,” said INRC Director Matt Helmers. “We have tried to represent the top priorities that came out of a broad set of research ideas compiled by those who attended.”