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100
engaged partner organizations in the Conservation Infrastructure Initiative
110,000
acres treated across Iowa by bioreactors, saturated buffers, and CREP wetlands in 2017
973,100
acres of cover crops planted across Iowa in 2017

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Leading the Conservation Infrastructure Initiative

More than 100 Conservation Infrastructure Representatives 

In the first two years, more than 100 representatives from the public and private sectors have been engaged in defining and developing the initiative. 

The overall Co-Chairs of the Conservation Infrastructure (CI) initiative are  Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig and farmer-leader Ray Gaesser. 

Use the filters below to see the Co-Leads and Core Team Members in each of the three Working Groups: Strategy, Cover Crops, and Conservation Drainage. You can also see who is involved from academia, associations, conservation groups, federal agencies, private companies, state agencies, and urban and rural groups by selecting an organization type.

To see the complete listing of all Working Group members, continue reading here.
100
engaged partner organizations in the Conservation Infrastructure Initiative
110,000
acres treated across Iowa by bioreactors, saturated buffers, and CREP wetlands in 2017
973,100
acres of cover crops planted across Iowa in 2017