Farmer Perspectives on Iowa's Nutrient Reduction Strategy
Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll
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This report presents survey results from the 2014 Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll focused on farmer perspectives on the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy, a science and technology-based approach used to assess and reduce nutrients delivered to Iowa waterways, the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. The intended purpose is to help stakeholders in the agricultural community and beyond understand where farmers stand on the nutrient reduction strategy to inform outreach actions.
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Arbuckle, J. Gordon Jr. and Bates, Hanna, "Farmer Perspectives on Iowa's Nutrient Reduction Strategy" (2015). Extension and Outreach Publications. 787.
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