A recent spate of confirmed emerald ash borer infestations, including the first identified in rural Iowa, indicates the state has reached a tipping ... »
CALMAR — Northeast Iowa Community College has implemented comprehensive conservation practices on all the cropland used to feed its dairy her ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — State foresters say they are not too worried about confirmed reports that emerald ash borers have attacked a white fringetree ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Indian Creek nature center wants to acquire 78 acres of city land for free that it currently leases for $1 a year and has man ... »
DES MOINES — Iowans are feeling firsthand the effects of climate change, a coalition of Iowa scientists said Friday.
At a Statehouse n ... »
DES MOINES — Voluntary efforts to reduce farm chemicals and nutrients from flowing into Iowa waterways are showing encouraging signs, but ch ... »
WATERVILLE — The state soon may acquire a wild chunk of northeast Iowa that has nature lovers of several stripes smiling in anticipation.»
INDEPENDENCE — Speakers at a public meeting on state water quality standards split Tuesday on the value of the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strat ... »
An eagle that had nearly succumbed to lead poisoning last winter took to the sky Saturday as a strong and healthy bird of prey.
“What ... »