Reports and Publications
REPORT: Iowa Rural Drinking Water Survey
INFOGRAPHIC: Treat Your Water Well
The Iowa Rural Drinking Water Survey documents drinking water sources, avoidance behavior, testing behavior, and water quality perceptions of over 8,000 rural Iowa households, funded by the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture Project No. IOW05570.
A Closer Look: Drinking Water - Source to Tap
This publication was produced by the Conservation Learning Group and is based upon research conducted at Iowa State University under USDA NIFA award number 2014-51130-22494. Learn more in the full project report, Economic Benefits of Nitrogen Reductions in Iowa (Chuan Tang, Gabriel E. Lade, David Keiser,
Catherine Kling, Yongjie Ji, and Yau-Huo Shr).
A Closer Look: How Does Nitrogen and Phosphorus Move?
This publication was produced by the Conservation Learning Group and is based upon Iowa’s Nutrient Reduction Strategy, work done by Iowa Learning
Farms and research conducted at Iowa State University under USDA NIFA award number 2014-51130-22494.