IOA Webinar: Options for Enhancing On-Farm Native Habitat in Organic Production Systems

Join IOA and Sarah Nizzi with the Xerces Society on March 20th at noon CST to learn how you can support pollinators and beneficial insects on organic farms. Sarah will discuss the importance and process of installing and taking care of habitat, organic site preparation options, case study examples, and provide resources for technical and financial assistance. Register below!



The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is an international donor-supported nonprofit working to preserve wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats. This work is accomplished in a number of different ways, from on the ground technical assistance to policy and advocacy, education and outreach, and research.



Sarah Nizzi is originally from central Iowa and graduated from Drake University with a BS in environmental science. Her career began with natural resource management in the private and public sector and native seed propagation. Over the last six years Sarah has worked within the private lands field across the state. Currently, Sarah covers all of Iowa, providing assistance to farmers and landowners interested in pollinator conservation, as well as training NRCS staff and partner staff as a Pollinator Conservation Planner and NRCS Partner Biologist with the Xerces Society.

March 20, 2024 at 12:00pm - 1pm
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Susana Cabrera-Mariz Mike Racette Jon Neugebauer Allan Ashland Katie Flinn Mae Petrehn Alexis Henzel Drew Erickson Kathy Vance Ortrude Dial Dennis Rauen Mary Jane Oviatt Sara Isaacson Kim Dykman Roxanne Dunn Joanna Hunter Margaret Chamas Muriel Strand Sara Tedeschi Mark Tjelmeland Margaret Smith Ariana Abbrescia Andy Kiefer Harriet Behar Mike Carberry Angela Jackson Ruth Rabinowitz Erin McFadden Amie Davidson Judith Sparrow Jenny Rocco Jeff Topel Linda Sturm-Flores Bette Vetter Ted Shambaugh

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