Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy

Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy
The Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy is a science and technology-based framework to assess and reduce nutrients to Iowa waters and the Gulf of Mexico. It is designed to direct efforts to reduce nutrients in surface water from both point and nonpoint sources in a scientific, reasonable and cost effective manner.

National Academy of Sciences Workshop: Reducing the Health Impacts of the Nitrogen Problem

Thursday, January 28, 2021 - 2:30pm to Thursday, February 25, 2021 - 5:30pm

The National Academy of Sciences invites registration to a five-session, free, virtual workshop on “Reducing the Health Impacts of the Nitrogen Problem,” beginning Thursdays, Jan. 28, through Feb. 25, from 1:30-4:30 CST, sponsored by the NAS’ Environmental Health Matters Initiative (EHMI).

INRC Director Matt Helmers is one of the presenters at the initial workshop session on Jan. 28. 

Webinar: Iowa's Water Quality Challenge: Efforts and Progress in Reducing Agricultural Nitrogen and Phosphorus Loss

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 10:48am

Iowa Learning Farms will host a webinar on Wednesday, April 29 at noon, about the work that is being done in Iowa to reduce losses of agricultural nitrogen and phosphorus, as well as the progress that has been made. Presenter Laurie Nowatzke, Measurement Coordinator for the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy at Iowa State University, will present findings from the forthcoming Annual Progress Report of the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy.