by Nicole Wines
Sustainable agriculture is being taken seriously by many institutions, which are in turn working to provide resources to the sustainable ag community. The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture is one such institution, which as many great resources available to the public through its website.
“The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University was created through the 1987 Iowa Groundwater Protection Act. The Center’s goals are to identify and develop new ways to farm profitably while conserving natural resources as well as reducing negative environmental and social impacts.”
If you are interested in sustainable agriculture, whether on a commercial or personal/home garden level, the resources made available the The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture could be very useful to you in your endeavors. Learn more about The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture on their website and bookmark their resources page for future reference.
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