Have you heard about the Batch and Build project in Polk County, Iowa? This innovative project used the ACPF and was able to get an impressive number of saturated buffers installed on the landscape in just a few short years.
A storymap outlining the existing conservation practices in Dubuque County in July 2020 and the future opportunities for conservation practices determined by the ACPF to reduce flooding and improve water quality in the county.
An online illustration of the ACPF results of the Upper Iowa River watershed in Northeast Iowa. Click on the different layers of the map to see the different conservation opportunities as a water the the watershedRead More…
The Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy created a story map to tell the story of their work in the Elm Creek Watershed to target agricultural best management practices for water quality.
The Southfork Watershed Alliance is a group of individuals who are working together to improve their understanding, and implementation of, conservation practices that can be used to improve water quality and soil health. The ACPF teamRead More…
A Q&A with Lindsay Olson, former Water Quality Specialist with Dunn County Land and Water Conservation Department on how they used the ACPF in the Wilson Creek Watershed in Western Wisconsin.
A Q&A with Herb Manifold with Ecosystems Connections Institute on how the ACPF was used in the Beargrass Creek Watershed in Indiana.
A Q&A with Kevin Kuehner of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture on how they used the ACPF in the Root River Watershed in Southeastern Minnesota.
A Q&A with James Martin of the Iowa Department of Agricultural and Land Stewardship on how they used the ACPF in the Buckeye Creek Watershed in Southeastern Iowa.