Iowa Updates Nutrient Reduction Strategy

May 2013
National Hog Farmer Expert Blog;5/29/2013, p5
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The article reports that the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy, an approach for assessing and reducing nutrients delivered to waterways in Iowa and the Gulf of Mexico, has been made available online in May 2013.


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