Transitioning to Pollinator Habitat the Focus of Statewide Report

August 3, 2020 8:23 AM

Converting grasslands to pollinator habitat takes a well thought out plan. A new report from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach helps landowners understand the steps involved and the best practices.

“Enhancing Monarch Butterfly Conservation in Iowa” is a 10-page report that summarizes four years of field, greenhouse, and lab demonstrations and research to provide recommendations for converting grass-dominated sites to pollinator habitat in Iowa and the upper Midwest...

Click here to read the full article on Iowa State Extension and Outreach News.

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Steven Bradbury Professor

In August of 2015 Dr. Bradbury was appointed as a professor of environmental toxicology in the Departments of Natural Resource Ecology and Management and Entomology.  He is also a faculty member in ISU's Toxicology and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Programs.  From July 2014 through J...