INRC Assistant Director Kay Stefanik presents an Iowa Learning Farms webinar, “Wetland Ecosystem Services: How Wetlands can Benefit Iowans.” Learn more or join live, at https://iastate.zoom.us/j/364284172 . Read more about Webinar: Wetland Ecosystem Services: How Wetlands can Benefit Iowans
"Farm News" interview with Iowa Nutrient Research Center Assistant Director Kay Stefanik about the importance of wetlands and the roles they play in Iowa's landscape. Article (June 19, 2020) by Kriss Nelson. Read more about There is a need for more wetlands in Iowa
Putting Science into Practice is the theme of the 2021 Agribusiness Association of Iowa Virtual Showcase & Conference, Feb. 9-10. INRC Assistant Director Kay Stefanik will speak on "Implementing Wetland Edge-of-Field Management: Why, Where, and How" at 3:00.p.m., during the session, Putting Wetland & Edge of Field Management into Practice, from 3:00-3:55. Read more about Putting Science Into Practice: AAI Agribusiness Showcase & Conference 2021
This short video introduces the Iowa Water Quality Research Map, its features and how it works.
Narrated by INRC Assistant Director Kay Stefanik.
A new trailer named “Marsh Madness” combines sight, sound and science to engage Iowa audiences about the values of the state’s wetland ecosystems. The artfully designed trailer features scenes of wetlands and their plant and animal communities and recorded sounds of wetland fauna. Adding to the immersive educational experience are three-dimensional interactive models demonstraing the unique landscape placement and hydrology of three wetland types typical in the state. The trailer was developed by Iowa Learning Farms team and the Iowa Nutrient Research Center. Read more about New ‘Marsh Madness’ trailer will deliver sights, sounds and science of wetlands to audiences across Iowa
This webinar, which aired May 25, 2021, kicks off the series “Profiles in the Wonders of Iowa’s Wetlands” created by the Iowa Nutrient Research Center and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Presenters Kay Stefanik, INRC Assistant Director, and Adam Janke, wildlife specialist for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and an assistant professor of natural resource ecology and management. They introduce the series and review types of wetlands found in Iowa, their functions and ecology, and the beneficial goods and services they can provide.