Targeted to Priority Watersheds to Provide:

–Demonstration of practices and technologies outlined in science assessment

–Foster partnerships with wide range of project stakeholders to leverage resources and expand audience.

–Strong outreach/education components to provide information on practices and adoption of available practices detailed in the Science Assessment

–Local/regional hubs for demonstrating practices and providing practice information to farmers, landowners, farm managers, peer networks, etc.

Little Changes Make a Big Difference

"As farmers, we can make changes one farm at a time that together can have a big impact on water quality. Let's all work together to implement practices and build structures that improve water quality. We understand that every farm is different, so pick what works best for you. I encourage you to explore this website for more information or visit your local Soil and Water Conservation District office to learn more."

Bill Northey, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture

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