The Iowa Cattlemen's Association joins with the Cornbelt Cow-Calf Conference to celebrate the Conference's 40th anniversary this year. The two-day event includes the same agenda items and formats of both events under one collective program umbrella in Ottumwa.
Iowa State University researcher Kathleen Delate is undertaking perhaps the most comprehensive study of organic vegetable-growing practices by looking at the use of cover crops, manure, tillage and mulch.
Children’s health and well-being can be affected by spending too much time using electronic media. So, should parents say “no” to video games or screen time in general, including television? Not necessarily, said Kimberly Greder, Iowa State University Extension family life specialist and associate professor in human development and family studies.
Today Iowa farmers need to manage any number of employees, adding Human Resources director to their many roles. That's why ISU Extension is offering employee management workshops specifically for agricultural operations.
ISU Extension is training volunteers with Retired Senior Volunteer Programs (RSVP) who will help older Iowans with limited incomes learn how the Iowa Food Assistance Program can help them buy nutritious food.
The Iowa 4-H Foundation has received $15,300 from the Monsanto Fund to support the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa in April at Iowa State University. The fair encourages youth in grades six to 12 to bring in science projects, which are judged by professionals in science and engineering.