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|CLEANWATERIOWA.ORG: New site launched to help Iowans protect water quality|
|News Releases - Environment, Weather & Nature|
|Written by Tim Albrecht|
|Monday, 28 October 2013 14:18|
(DES MOINES) – Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds joined Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey and Department of Natural Resources Director Chuck Gipp today for the launch of www.CleanWaterIowa.org, a new website that will serve as a resource to help Iowans protect and improve water quality.
“Iowans can take steps to help improve Iowa’s water quality and this site serves as a one-stop-shop for conservation practices we can all use, whether it is on the farm, at a business or by a homeowner,” said Branstad.
The site has “Farm,” “Residential & Urban,” and “City & Industry” sections that provide information about science-based practices that can be implemented to improve water quality. The site includes descriptions of water quality practices that can be utilized, benefits of the practices, and links to additional information.
“This site is one of the resources available to help Iowans achieve the goals outlined in the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy,” said Reynolds. “Working together and everyone doing their part will help us continue to make significant water quality improvements.”
Success stories, information on upcoming events and education materials will also be available on the site. Iowans are also invited to share their water quality success stories as well.
“It is an exciting time and we are seeing a tremendous amount of interest in water quality practices from Iowans across the state,” said Northey. “Farmers are engaged and we are in a scaling up phase as we get these science-based practices on more and more acres.”
In addition to the website, Iowans can follow @CleanWaterIowa on Twitter or “like” the page on Facebook to receive updates and other information about the ongoing Iowa water quality initiative.# # #
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