Seven Principles for Selling Conservation

Join us for the National Watershed Coalition Webinar on Seven Principles for Selling Conservation, using those principles to sell several aspects of Watershed Project work, including addressing mitigation efforts, and […]

Every farm matters

With more and more landowners owning smaller and smaller farms, it can be easy to think that your farmland doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things. During this workshop, […]

Opportunities for New NRCS NWQI Watersheds

Designed for state source water coordinators, state and local NRCS, utilities, conservation districts, and other source water partners, this webinar will discuss the importance of initiating or continuing conversations with […]

Lower Fox Farmer Roundtable

January 26 (9:00-11:30 a.m.) – We will start with a welcome from Alliance for the Great Lakes and the Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance. This will be followed by a panel session made […]

Lower Fox Farmer Roundtable

January 26 (9:00-11:30 a.m.) – We will start with a welcome from Alliance for the Great Lakes and the Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance. This will be followed by a panel session made […]

Lower Fox Farmer Roundtable

January 26 (9:00-11:30 a.m.) – We will start with a welcome from Alliance for the Great Lakes and the Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance. This will be followed by a panel session made […]

Development of ACPF and Use by NRCS for Watershed Planning

Nutrient and sediment losses from agricultural watersheds have impacts on aquatic and marine ecosystems of the U.S. Improving agricultural water quality requires planning and voluntary installation of new conservation practices […]

Opportunities with Silvopasture: More Than Just Animals in The Woods

Silvopasture is an agroforestry system that combines trees and forages with livestock management. Join us while we discuss the fundamentals of silvopasture and hear from landowners and professionals on their […]

Lower Fox Farmer Roundtable

January 26 (9:00-11:30 a.m.) – We will start with a welcome from Alliance for the Great Lakes and the Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance. This will be followed by a panel session made […]

The Iowa Watershed Approach for Urban and Rural Resilience

The Iowa Watershed Approach for Urban and Rural Resilience (IWA) is working in nine watersheds across the state to help reduce flood impacts, improve water quality, and increase community flood resilience. The presentation will include a description of the IWA and will discuss innovative tools and resources that are being used to support and carry out program goals.