Knowing where to begin with woodland assessment can be tricky. Two new forest resources from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach seek to help Iowans who are in the beginning stages of understanding their forests.
Although Annie's Project is a well-known program for women in agriculture, it is actually one of many programs for women who want to continue learning. There are 10 Annie's-inspired programs offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
The annual meeting of the Northeast Iowa Agricultural Experimental Association will be held March 13 at Iowa State University’s Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm, near Nashua.
The newly hired digital ag specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is passionate about digital agriculture and what it can do for farmers and the industry.
Iowa 4-H is seeking agriculture industry employers from across the state to complete an online survey as part of a Youth Innovators Empowering Agriculture across America grant. The project entails assessing career pathway awareness and identifying ways to increase youth knowledge of careers in agriculture.
New rules from the federal government will require certain farmers to fill out ownership forms in 2024, according to specialists with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. The reports must be filled out online.
A variety of Annie’s Project and Annie’s-Inspired farm business management courses will be offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach this winter.
Farmers can estimate their cost of production and select the appropriate farm bill program by using these handy tools from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Farm couples who are looking for a chance to review their goals while learning and relaxing should consider attending the Farm Couple Getaway, Feb. 16-17. The event will be held at Hotel Winneshiek in Decorah, with educational sessions led by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach dairy specialists.
The 2024 Farm Transitions Conference, Feb. 8-9 in Ames, is organized by the Beginning Farmer Center at Iowa State University and features locally and nationally recognized speakers, as well as farmers and producers from Iowa.