Big Grove Brewery and GreenState Credit Union have partnered, for the second year in a row, to release A Greener State of Mind, with proceeds going to benefit Wings2Water, an environmental group started at the Eastern Iowa Airport.
Orlan Love - correspondent
Outdoors Oct. 11, 2022 4:38 pm58d ago
Wildside column: Pools 9 and 10 are among the best, but other places down stream work, too
By Erin Jordan, The Gazette; Chloe Johnson, Minneapolis Star Tribune; Sarah Bowman, Indianapolis Star
Agriculture Oct. 10, 2022 6:00 am60d ago
Farmers’ adaptations to increased rainfall are changing how water moves across the landscape
By Brittney J. Miller, The Gazette; Eva Tesfaye, Harvest Public Media; Halle Parker, WWNO-New Orleans Public Radio
Environmental News Oct. 11, 2022 10:42 am58d ago
As rainfall has increased — a symptom of our warming atmosphere — the frequency of flooding has intensified. Now, river-adjacent communities like Cedar Rapids are turning away from flood mitigation to instead make room for the water.
Environmental News Oct. 10, 2022 5:30 am61d ago
After floods hammered St. Louis and eastern Kentucky this summer, the Ag & Water Desk wanted to know: Is rainfall increasing in the Mississippi River basin? Here’s how we reported it.
By Bryce Gray, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Connor Giffin, The Courier-Journal
Environmental News Oct. 10, 2022 5:30 am62d ago
A journalism partnership of more than 14 newsrooms — including The Gazette — asked climate scientists to analyze 50 years of rainfall patterns. They found that some parts of the U.S. now receive up to 8 more inches of rain each year than they did 50 years ago.
By Bennet Goldstein - Wisconsin Watch
Iowa Water Quality Oct. 8, 2022 6:00 am62d ago
The report focuses only on releases from industry - not farm and animal feeding operations, which exacerbate the pollution problem.
By Eva Tesfaye, - Harvest Public Media
Agriculture Oct. 3, 2022 5:00 am70d ago
The U.S. Department of Agriculture spent $7.4 billion in payments to farmers between 2017 and 2020 through two of its biggest conservation programs, but very little of that money went to practices that help fight climate change, according to a report from the Environmental Working Group.