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Practical Farmers of Iowa launched a new program for landowners and farmers focused on water quality, soil health and wildlife. Program managers say eligible efforts — like prairie strips, oxbow wetlands and pollinator habitat creation — can help build resilience in natural resources. Depending on the practices implemented on their land, participants could receive a one-time payment or technical and financial assistance to establish conservation practices.

Enrollment for the program is now open. Learn more here.


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