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Local Food Leader Online Training and Certification

The Iowa State University Local Food Leader training program is intended to be used by beginning local food practitioners, although it is open for anyone who is interested in food systems development and collaboration. These modules will complete your certification as a Local Food Leader.

The online modules offer intensive curriculum including a community food systems overview, methods of engagement and leadership, tools and resources, creating teams and tools for success, and evaluation. Individuals will receive a certificate of completion upon finishing the online training modules.

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Soybean Growth and Development
This publication can help soybean producers achieve better yields. It includes photos of soybean vegetative and reproductive stages and updated information about soybean plant growth and management.

This publication replaces SR 0053 - How a Soybean Plant Develops.

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Corn Growth and Development

Corn Growth and Development is an updated and expanded publication and includes whole plant photography, detailed descriptions of vegetative and reproductive development, and dry matter and nutrient accumulation figures.

Corn Growth and Development replaces the long-standing publication, How A Corn Plant Develops (SR 0048). Content related questions can be sent to the current Extension Agronomy point of contact Dr. Mark Licht at: lichtma@iastate.edu

Large quantity discounts (100 copies+) are available. To inquire, please contact us by email (extstore@iastate.edu) or calling (515)294-5247.

All images from this publication can be purchased by visiting our Digital Media section.

Requests for permission to repost, reprint or use content of ISU Extension and Outreach publications.
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STEM-Lit to Go! Iowa
STEM-Lit to Go! is an innovative program that supports the development of STEM and literacy skills for K-3 youth.

This program utilizes a unique instructional framework that integrates inquiry-based STEM activities and carefully selected children's literature. Through a variety of engaging topics including coding, space, and ice cream. Children explore key STEM concepts such as the engineering design process and how to plan and conduct investigations.

Each lesson provides youth with a hands-on STEM experience and multiple opportunities to read, write, speak and listen about that experience. This exciting research-based program is designed to support the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core English Language Arts Standards.

STEM-Lit to Go! has been successfully implemented in both out-of-school time settings and in K-3 classrooms. This complete curriculum can be purchased in full or as individual lessons. Please review our Introduction and enjoy a complimentary lesson, A Chair for Bear, below.
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Mammals of Iowa Field Guide
This guide is a comprehensive reference to the basic ecology and identification of Iowa's wild mammals. The 134 page booklet contains full species account for 57 species found in Iowa today, and supplemental material about extirpated or rare species, living alongside mammals and scaled comparisons highlighting the wide variety of shapes and sizes of Iowa's mammals. Species accounts feature photos, range maps that highlight county distributions in the state, and information on the identification, habitats, breeding behavior and diets of each species.

Development of the Field Guide to Mammals of Iowa was a collaborative project between Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Funding for the development of the guide was provided through grants from the Wildlife Diversity Program and the Resource Enhancement and Protection Conservation Education Program of the Iowa DNR.
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Corn Planting Guide
This publication will help you optimize yields by understanding planting date, depth, population, row spacing, and replant decisions.
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Getting Organized -- Personal and Financial Records
Can you find key information when you need it?

Would someone else be able to find essential information if you were away or ill?

Learn how to keep tabs on the many parts of your personal and financial matters with the forms presented in this electronic 65-page workbook. Download/ print the workbook and record essential financial and family information, lists of financial accounts, insurance policies and credit cards; names of professional advisers; health and employment records; location of important documents; and more...
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Planning to $tay Ahead
An 8.5" x 11" booklet that outlines a step-by-step method to develop a spending and savings plan.

Listen to tips on how to create and maintain a budget to divide your available money to meet your needs and wants.

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European Corn Borer - Ecology and Management and Association with other Corn Pests
Agriculture in North America has been dramatically influenced by crops and pests carried by humans, either intentionally or accidentally into the region. Corn, or maize, probably originated in Central America. It was a staple crop of many Native Americans and was grown in dozens of shapes and colors. The European corn borer originated in Eurasia and was accidentally introduced into North America. This insect readily adopted corn as a host and has since caused hundreds of millions of dollars in crop losses.

This publication is an update of the 1996 version published by the North Central Region.

Large quantity discounts (50 and 100 copies+) are available. To inquire, please contact us by email (extstore@iastate.edu) or calling (515)294-5247.
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Pasture Management Guide for Livestock Producers
Completely updated and revised, this guide provides a general pasture management reference for livestock producers, agriculture advisers, teachers and students. The color publication covers practices to increase production and returns by improving management of grassland.

Updates and replaces PM 1713 PM1713
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Corn Diseases
This fully revised booklet helps corn producers and other professionals in the agriculture industry identify and scout for corn diseases and provides general recommendations for management. Also included are illustrated disease cycles for primary diseases, a foliar disease estimation chart, and corn growth and development and staging information.

Looking to purchase multiple copies? Corn Diseases is also sold in boxed quantities of 50 at a reduced price ($3.50/copy).

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Soybean Diseases
This fully revised booklet helps soybean farmers and other professionals in the agriculture industry identify and scout for soybean diseases and provides general recommendations for management. Also included are illustrated disease cycles for many diseases, a foliar disease estimation chart, and soybean growth and development and staging information.

Looking to purchase multiple copies? Soybean Diseases is also sold in boxed quantities of 50 at a reduced price ($3.50/copy).

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Homebuyer Education eCourse: A Place of Your Own
An online course to help first-time homebuyers learn about the process of buying a home.

The course is available anytime, anywhere from any computer with Internet access.

At the end of five lessons, there’s a certification exam. When you pass the exam you receive a homebuyer’s certificate which you may take to a local lender. Computers at public libraries, ISU Extension county offices across the state or USDA offices are options if you don't own a computer.

This online course will help you:
• decide if now is a good time to buy a home
• prepare for the home buying process and
• shop for a mortgage that works for you.
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The Garden Guide to Midwest Annuals and Perennials
An easy-to-carry guide (5" x 8 1/2") for home gardeners and visitors to public gardens in the Midwest. Color photos and basic information about growing 300 annual and perennial flowers, Buck roses, ornamental grasses, herbs, vines, and even water plants. Symbols help to identify sun/shade requirements and indicate special uses (containers, butterfly gardens, etc).
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Annuals
This gardener's guide to annual flowers includes 106 plant descriptions plus 186 color photos. A comparison chart makes it easy to choose plants by height or flower color. Recommendations also are given for specific uses, such as drought tolerance, fragrance, and cut-flower bouquets.
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Corn and soybean Field Guide
This revised, 158-page pocket-sized guide (3-3/4" x 6") combines the Corn Field Guide and Soybean Field Guide in one publication for ease of use by corn and soybean farmers, agronomists, and crop scouts.

Newly updated text and images provide the tools for identifying insects, diseases, and disorders of corn and soybean in the Midwest. The guide also contains information on developmental stages, pesticide decisions, and other production-related topics. This publication is constructed of durable, weather-safe materials to withstand regular use in the field.

It is produced and distributed in partnership between the ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and ISU Extension and Outreach.

Looking to purchase multiple copies? The Corn and soybean Field Guide is sold in boxed quantities of 25 at a reduced price ($10/copy). CSI

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