A Landowner's Guide to Prairie Strips
STRIPS—Science-based Trials of Rowcrops Integrated with Prairie Strips
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Prairie strips are an agricultural conservation practice that uses strips of native prairie vegetation in or at the edges of field to protect soil and water and provide habitat for wildlife. This publication provides an introduction for landowners.
Environment, Water Resources and Water Quality
Agronomy; Natural Resource Ecology and Management; Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering | Water Resource Management
STRIPS Project, "A Landowner's Guide to Prairie Strips" (2017). Extension and Outreach Publications. 310.