Women Caring for the Land Free Webinar

Women who own or manage farmland, especially those in the eastern Iowa Indian Creek Watershed, are invited to participate in a free, on-line conservation meeting focused on soil health on March 3rd from 9:00-11:00 a.m. CT. This meeting is part of Women Caring for the Land, a program coordinated by the Women, Food & Agriculture Network, and is co-sponsored

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Fertilizer Application and Watershed Health Webinar

Jake Vossenkemper, Agronomy Lead with Twin State, Inc./Liqui-Grow will present “Agronomic Measurement Factors for Preserving Water Quality in Corn-Soybean Cropping Systems in the U.S. Midwest.” Conservations practices in agriculture are more relevant today than they ever have been in human history. Join this webinar to learn about practical management factors that farmers can employ to

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Forum and Webinar Recordings

You can view recordings of past PSCW forums and webinars on our YouTube channel! Other webinars on watershed health: North Central Region Water Network Iowa Learning Farms EPA Water Research Webinar Series Izaak Walton League Clean Water Webinars National Water Quality Monitoring Council

New Lake Level Partner

Thank you to Continental Cement for becoming a Lake Level Partner of PSCW! Your generous donation will help us continue to monitor the health of Scott County’s watersheds and keep our programs going!

Join us as we kick off our 2021 Forum season!

Tuesday, Feb. 16 12-1pm via Zoom Register in advance for this webinar:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cGrRcrAxS66VX_lRS9yv6A After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar Flex Your Mussels, Spread Your Wings Jared McGovern, Curator of Conservation Programming National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium We flex our mussels and spread our wings to soar when

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Volunteers Needed for Crow Creek Wildlife Management Area Cleanup on Feb. 20

In 2020, Partners of Scott County Watersheds adopted the Crow Creek Wildlife Management Area near Mt. Joy, IA, with the goal of making the area more accessible and appealing to visitors and improve the natural habitat. We are coordinating a volunteer work day on Saturday, Feb. 20 from 9am-12pm. Volunteers will assist in removing cedar trees from

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