IOWA has become ground zero in whether the courts or voluntary efforts can improve water quality.
That continued to play out earlier this month as Iowa's Des Moines Water Works criticized efforts to improve water quality, while the U.S. Department of Agriculture rolled out a host of new efforts to help Iowa's farmers and livestock producers conserve water and soil resources and improve nutrient management practices on the state's 30 million acres o
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