MARION — More than a year after it was named a demonstration site, Marion needs just 66 more dedicated residents to help it become qualified ... »
Dallas County has become the state's 21st county with a confirmed emerald ash borer infestation.
The tree-killing pest was positively ident ... »
DECORAH — The porous bedrock of northeast Iowa, known as karst topography, does not pose a great obstacle to the mining of frac sand, State G ... »
WELLMAN — Iowa's tile-drained farms are notoriously “leaky systems,” by nature unable to contain all the nutrients both applied t ... »
MARION — Residents and officials are not idly awaiting the eventual destruction of their ash trees by the emerald ash borer.
“W ... »
WASHBURN — Iowa farmers much prefer cooperative rather than confrontational approaches to improving water quality, several of them said Frida ... »
A Decorah eagle was electrocuted last week — the fourth offspring of the world-famous parents to suffer that fate, the Raptor Resource Proje ... »
GALENA, Ill. — Two tank cars from a derailed Burlington Northern Santa Fe oil train continue to burn near Galena, but officials said Friday ... »
State, federal and other bald eagle researchers dispute the recent assertion by Terrence Ingram, executive director of the Eagle Nature Foundation, ... »
PALO — Linn County’s largest and most popular lake will undergo a $3.5 million renovation this year, the Iowa Department of Natural R ... »
ALLAMAKEE COUNTY — Local landowners and hunters are collecting about 200 deer samples in an area of Allamakee County where chronic wasting d ... »
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal protection for wolves in the western Great Lakes region, including the northern half of Iowa, was reinstated in a ... »
DES MOINES — New rules are in the works to more closely monitor how cities and industries extract water from the Jordan aquifer, a major wel ... »