2018 Research summary for prairie strips cooperators and landowners: landowner_summary_2018_-_public.pdf
The Science-based Trails of Rowcrops Integrated with Prairie Strips (STRIPS) project grew significantly in 2018 to include additional farms, institutions, and regions.
Wisconsin farmers and farmland owners are establishing prairie strips! Click here to learn more.
Prairie strips will be part of several field days this summer. Click here for more information.
Our cooperators are best at explaining why prairie strips are a practical farmland conservation tool. We've collected a few of their testimonials on this new web page. Check back in the future for more.
FedByScience is a new initiative supported by 16 universities focused on raising awareness about the importance of public funding for food and agricultural research.
The STRIPS team receives the 2018 Team Award from ISU's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
This news release and video summarizes the team's evaluation of corn and prairie root penetration into tile lines.
The STRIPS team publishes in one of the worlds top scientific journals. Click here to learn more.
A series of publications includes everything farmers and landowners need to know about the prairie strips conservation practice that has proven environmental benefits.
Information on prairie strips will be presented at several field days and extension events in 2017. Click the header above for the full list.
Got your harvest in the bin? Fall, winter, and early spring are great times for learning about, laying out, and seeding prairie strips.
Information on prairie strips will be presented at several field days and extension events in 2016. The next of these will be on September 8th at The Eastern Iowa Airport in Linn County, Iowa. Click the header above for the full list.
Work by a Master's student at Wageningen University in The Netherlands supports prairie strips practice. Read summary here.
The foundations for prairie strips continue to accumulate. Click the link above to see some of our recent publications.
Have questions about prairie strips? Visit our new Frequently Asked Questions webpage.