Emerald ash borer has been detected in Cherokee County for the first time. This is the 77th county in the state where this invasive pest has been found.
This spring, the public is invited to participate in the Great Iowa Road Trip, a weekend event planned to help revive Iowa’s small businesses and small towns. The April 30-May 1 event will be a coordinated, mapped tour of businesses and attractions in southern Iowa.
Local foods experts with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach continue to provide resources for the spike in direct marketing.
Producers interested in wholesale, retail and institutional market outlets can register for the MarketReady workshop with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Learn about the latest in community food systems, with online presentations by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, during the annual Iowa State University Community Food Systems Event Feb. 12.
Design Dialogues, an Iowa State University project to involve Des Moines youth in discussions of what their communities need, has turned into an easy-to-use curriculum for communities anywhere to implement.
The business development team of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach has worked to support several small-town groceries over the past year.
Learn about child care issues and solutions discussed during recent podcasts with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Ten Iowa communities have been selected to participate in the Iowa's Living Roadways Community Visioning Program in 2021. The program is sponsored by the Iowa Department of Transportation in partnership with Iowa State University Landscape Architecture Extension and Trees Forever.
Emerald ash borer has been detected in Mills and Shelby counties for the first time. The invasive, tree-killing pest was collected from trees in Glenwood (Mills County) and Shelby (Shelby County).