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A Targeted Conservation Approach for Improving Environmental Quality: Multiple Benefits and Expanded Opportunities
Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications
  • Lisa A. Schulte, Iowa State University
  • Heidi Asbjornsen, Iowa State University
  • Ryan Atwell, Iowa State University
  • Chad E. Hart, Iowa State University
  • Matthew J. Helmers, Iowa State University
  • Thomas M. Isenhart, Iowa State University
  • Randy Kolka, United States Department of Agriculture
  • Matthew Z. Liebman, Iowa State University
  • Jeri Neal, Iowa State University
  • Matthew E. O'Neal, Iowa State University
  • Silvia Secchi, Southern Illinois University
  • Richard C. Schultz, Iowa State University
  • Janette R. Thompson, Iowa State University
  • Mark D. Tomer, United States Department of Agriculture
  • John C. Tyndall, Iowa State University
Extension Number
PMR 1002
Description

Find out how targeted conservation practices can have the most impact on environmental quality while causing only a small change in overall agricultural production. Environmental benefits are discussed related to clean air and water, productive soils, diverse wildlife and plant habitat, and biological controls for crop protection.

Publication Date:
12-1-2008
Publisher:
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Keywords:
  • Environment,
  • Natural Resource Ecology and Management,
  • Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering,
  • Center for Agricultural and Rural Development,
  • Agronomy,
  • Entomology
Disclaimer

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Citation Information
Lisa A. Schulte, Heidi Asbjornsen, Ryan Atwell, Chad E. Hart, et al.. "A Targeted Conservation Approach for Improving Environmental Quality: Multiple Benefits and Expanded Opportunities" Ames, IA(2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/matthew_helmers/79/