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19 hrs ago | Tama News-Herald
With the spread of the destructive Emerald Ash Borer insect pest in Iowa, a free educational workshop is being held in Gladbrook to help residents in the area learn about dealing with this pest.
23 hrs ago | Reinbeck Courier
More than half of Iowa farmland is rented, and the percentage of farmland rented has increased over time due to the changing demographics of farmland owners.
A national conference to enhance the knowledge of urban and minority legislators about agriculture was held in Ames July 17 through 19. "The Urban Ag Academy helps urban and minority legislators and other policymakers understand the important role agriculture plays in our economy and the challenges facing the agricultural community today," said ... (more)
Out at a restaurant the other night, it happened again. I sat with two young parents who tugged an iPad out of their diaper bag and placed it before their fussing toddler.
The latest technology designed to reduce the odor from hog manure will be the focus of a conference next month at Iowa State University.
Alan brings more than 35 years of experience managing and coordinating complex public works projects.
Bo Cai, who works for a Chinese technology firm, was arrested last year as he tried to board a flight home with a sensor hidden in a computer.
Miscanthus, a perennial grass with vast potential to produce biomass, would deliver even better yields than once thought in Iowa, according to research by agronomists at Iowa State University.
Iowa State University will host a conference Aug. 20 covering the latest biofilter technologies that can be used to reduce odors from animal-feeding operations.
An international partnership across India, Africa and the USA has formed the 'One Agriculture-One Science: A Global Education Consortium' initiative aimed at revitalizing global agricultural education, capacity building and technology transfer.
The Association for Library Service to Children has awarded the 2014 ALSC/Baker & Taylor Summer Reading Program Grant to the Ames Public Library.
Joey Root, left, son of Paul and Ann Root of Webster City, received a $1,300 scholarship from the Neil Daniels, National Wild Turkey Federation chairman.
The 2014 Fruit and Vegetable Field Day Aug. 11 will cover topics for fruit and vegetable farmers at Iowa State University's Horticulture Research Station.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 08:40 am
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