Conservation systems are critical in reducing sediment and nutrient transport to Iowa's lakes, rivers, and streams. Adopting conservation systems is one of many solutions to water quality problems in the state. The concept for promoting conservation practices through field demonstrations and educational programs is a collaborative effort between Iowa State University Extension and the Division of Soil Conservation through the Integrated Farm and Livestock Management. Partner organizations also include Conservation Districts of Iowa, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
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Al-Kaisi, Mahdi, "New concept for promoting conservation tillage systems" (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 1470.
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