Iowa Corn growers farm sustainable to ensure their future in farming. A big part of that is an emphasis on clean water.
Having the safest, best-quality water for Iowa is important because their families – like every family – drink the water and enjoy using the state's lakes, rivers and waterways. That's why Iowa corn farmers are working to address water quality challenges head-on.
Iowa farmers are committed to making water quality and soil health a top priority. Gain insight from farmers all across the state who are implementing conservation practices on their farms.
A variety of annual and long-term conservation practices are used to help farmers maintain soil and water quality. Each farm is different, so various practices are used depending on the needs of each farm.
Iowa Corn is proud to support environmental initiatives with diverse partners to help improve Iowa's land and water.
The Iowa Corn Stewardship Advocate program gives Iowa corn farmers an opportunity to stay up to date with hot topics, news events and upcoming activities. You will receive:
Monthly email updates from Iowa Corn Sustainable Program Manager Ben Gleason and other experts on the topics of soil health, conservation and water quality
Latest information on stewardship topics impacting your farm
Regulatory updates that may impact your farm
The scoop on upcoming Iowa Corn stewardship activities and events
You also will have the opportunity to hear directly from Iowa farmers, ask questions and join the discussion about conservation in Iowa. Sign up to be an Iowa Corn Stewardship Advocate today!