Waterloo/Bee/Duck Creek Landowners: Do you want to include conservation in your farm lease?
02 September 2014 1:17 PM | No Comments
October 2014 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Events on October 7, 2014
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Yellow River Forest Field Day
Location: Yellow River State Forest, 729 State Forest Road, Harpers Ferry, IA, United States
Description: RSVP to Allamakee County Extension (563-568-6345) or email email@example.com) by October 3rd
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EQIP First Round Application Deadline
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Last Updated on Oct 2 2014, 2:55 am CDT
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Applications for EQIP are accepted on a continuous basis. However, cutoff dates are set for batching and ranking applications as funding allows, the first of which is Oct. 17, 2014. […]
Allamakee SWCD Awards Scholarships to Three Students The Allamakee SWCD awarded three $500 scholarships in conjunction with Allamakee Dollars for Scholars. The recipients were Michelle Winkie and Sam Schwartz from […]
Meet the new project coordinator for Waterloo Creek. My name is Justin Nie and I am originally from Jesup, IA. I grew up on a farm and helped the family […]
The Allamakee SWCD Commissioners have revised their current policy regarding sodbusts. According to the board, “In response to an increase in the number of requests to turn very steep and […]
Join the conservation effort! Thank you to our FY12-13 donors!
The goal of this project is to meet with both parties to discuss conservation options on the farm and to include conservation provisions as an addendum to a farm lease.
The Waterloo Creek watershed is a renowned cold water stream and trout fishery that is a picturesque 30,905 acre sub-watershed of the Upper Iowa River.
These photos show the rain garden from construction through what the plants looked like in the spring of 2012. Some of the plants look a little sparse this year […]
Crop notes and news releases.
Look at what we’ve been doing. New pictures of Waterloo/Bee/Duck Creek as well as new ones from Conservation Education Day 2014!