Information Requested from Residents in Boone River Watershed

by Brian Wilson
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Environmental leaders in five north-central Iowa counties are looking for input from residents on better ways to address water quality, flooding, and on-farm conservation, as well as recreational and wildlife habitat. Cynthia Farmer, a policy advocate at the Center for Rural Affairs, says the area covers Hamilton, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth and Wright counties.

The panel is made up of county supervisors and commissioners from area soil and water conservation districts. Farmer says the members want to hear from locals as to what they’ve tried and what works the best.

Residents are encouraged to share their ideas, thoughts and suggestions via e-mail at BooneR[email protected] before month’s end. Learn more at

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