Wallaces Farmer Columns
February - page 42 "Better understand world as a citizen of science"
March - page 24 "Diverse aquatic wildlife found in Iowa"
page 36: "Interns help expand water, natural resource offerings"
January - pages 26-27 "Solve problems by getting to their core"
March - pages 30-31 "Miscanthus grass offers profitable opportunities"
page 42 "Think differently to aid conservation"
online "Conservation-minded farmers share ideas"
May - page 20 "Benefits beyond yields: 10 years of cover crops"
June - page 18 "Pandemic has field days turning to virtual reality"
online "2020 brings new way to intern at Water Rocks"
July - page 22 "Manual can help spur conservation"
online "Returning to learning with Water Rocks!"
September - online "Water Rocks and ag engineering — an odd couple?"
October - page 28 "Prairie strips: Interest strong and growing"
page 36 "Tree care: Derecho damages not only crops, but also woodlands"
December - page 38 "The field edge redefined"
ILF Journal Articles
Effectively Conducting Field Days While Responding to Unprecedented External Restrictions, October 2020, Journal of Extension
Rapid Needs Assessment and Response Technique, April 2018, Journal of Extension
Field Day Success Loop, December 2017, Journal of Extension
Cooperative Extension and Practicing Anthropology: A Natural Fit, Spring 2019, Practicing Anthropology
ILF Opinion Articles
As Iowa Learning Farms celebrated its 10-year Anniversary in 2014, a series of opinion articles were sent to newspapers across Iowa. These op-ed articles support the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy and Iowa Learning Farms goal of adopting conservation practices on the land.
'Voluntary' shouldn't mean optional
Cover crops are a conservation bargain
Creating a multifunctional landscape with buffers
We're all in this together
Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy: A Farmer's Perspective
by ILF farmer partner Tim Smith