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PSCW was on Living Local today to talk about the Fall Snapshot!
Register now for the Fall Snapshot Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Event! This is your opportunity to become a citizen scientist for the day and gather important data about the health of Scott County’s watersheds. The valuable data gathered by volunteers will assist PSCW in raising funds for water quality improvement projects in the county. No
Partners of Scott County Watersheds received a grant from Iowa American Water’s Environmental Grant Program to install three biofilters along Robin Creek in Davenport. On Monday, in partnership with the City of Davenport, they were put into place! The biofilters were constructed from a dense matrix of special materials that allow formation of biofilms (layers
PSCW recorded our Snapshot volunteer training that was held in February 2020. You can now view it anytime and learn more about how the Snapshot works and what materials we use to test water quality in Scott County! View the training here.
Ask the Expert is a new series launching on farmers.gov. In this Ask the Expert, Joey Koptis, District Conservationist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Baldwin County, Alabama, answers a few questions about the importance of soil health. Continue reading here.
Join Partners of Scott County Watersheds as we collect trash and other debris from the Whisky Run Creek watershed in Princeton, IA. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to attend, as we will be able to do simple trash clean up along the banks, as well as jump in and get dirty pulling out larger
Now is your chance to contribute to one of the largest water quality databases in Iowa to monitor trends in the health of Scott County’s watersheds! We will train volunteers to use lab equipment to test for pH, nitrogen, chloride, and phosphorus, among other parameters. Some volunteers will also record insects and other wildlife living in
Controlled drainage uses existing tile drainage coupled with additional water control structures to help hold subsurface water in place when full drainage isn’t needed and prevent the loss of nitrogen through tile drain outflows. Find out more here!
DES MOINES, Iowa (May 5, 2020) – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced that farmers and landowners can now sign up for cost share funds through the Water Quality Initiative. The funds can be used to help install conservation practices that improve soil health and water quality, including cover crops, no-till/strip-till practices or a nitrification inhibitor.