Healthy Shorelines for Animals, Plants, and People

Join Oneida County Land & Water Conservation Department for a free two-day online workshop promoting initiatives to reduce shoreline erosion, improve water quality, and create wildlife habitat.

Healthy Shorelines for Animals, Plants, and People

Join Oneida County Land & Water Conservation Department for a free two-day online workshop promoting initiatives to reduce shoreline erosion, improve water quality, and create wildlife habitat.

Conservation Drainage – Managing Water for the Future

Join the North Central Climate Collaborative for their next webinar Conservation Drainage – Managing Water for the Future featuring John McMaine. Tile drainage is widespread throughout the Midwest.  As weather […]

Wetland Soils 101: Way More Than Just Mud on Your Boots

If you’re involved with wetland management, restoration, or mitigation at any scale, you need to understand how soil properties influence wetlands. Soils affect water availability, water transport, vegetation communities, and so much more.

Prairie Strips and Conservation on Rented Ground – Management and Prescribed Fire

Prairie strips are a practice that more farmers and landowners are using to reintegrate prairie into Iowa’s agricultural landscape, providing numerous water quality and wildlife benefits in the process.

ASDWA’s New PFAS – Source Water Protection Guide and Toolkit

This webinar will showcase the soon-to-be released guide and toolkit that was developed with support from a Project Advisory Council

The Current Webinar: Recreational Water Quality and Invasive Species

Their relationship to water quality is sometimes overlooked, but aquatic invasive species can be considered “biological pollution”. They can also negatively affect on-water recreation.

Well Care 101 – What You Need to Know to Protect Your Family

In a survey of over 1,700 well owners, 67% believed their well water was safe without any evidence to support it. You can protect your health and your family’s by learning the basics of well care.

Winter Oilseed Virtual Field Day: Supply Chain and Market Development

Winter camelina (Camelina sativa) and pennycress (Thlaspi arvense) are new winter-hardy annual oilseeds that have great potential for use as a cash cover crop that protects soil and water while also providing economic benefits to farmers in the Upper Midwest.