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|Iowa Learning Farms Offers June 23 Bus Tour of Dallas County CREP Wetlands|
|News Releases - Agribusiness|
|Written by Joy Venhorst|
|Thursday, 16 June 2011 12:30|
AMES, Iowa — Iowa Learning Farms (ILF) and the Iowa Department of Agriculture and LandStewardship (IDALS) are hosting a bus tour of Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) wetlands in Dallas County on Thursday, June 23, from 9-11 a.m.
The tour will include stops at two sites—one site being readied for CREP wetland construction, and another site where CREP wetland restoration is complete. Matt Lechtenberg and Shawn Richmond, CREP specialists with IDALS, Iowa State University Extension water quality engineer Matt Helmers and farmer-landowners who have installed CREP wetlands will lead the tour and talk about the benefits, installation and financial incentives for these structures.
Thirty-seven counties in north-central Iowa are eligible for enrollment in CREP. Research at Iowa State University has demonstrated that strategically sited and designed wetlands can remove 40-90 percent of nitrates and more than 70 percent of herbicides from cropland drainage waters. These areas are as beautiful as they are functional. Tour participants are welcome to bring their hiking boots or waders to see these structures up close.
Iowa Learning Farms is building a Culture of Conservation, encouraging adoption of residue management and conservation practices. Farmers, researchers and ILF staff are working together to encourage farmers to implement the best in-field management practices that increase water and soil quality while remaining profitable.
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