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Why Leadership Matters for Rural Community Vitality in Iowa
What are the characteristics of good leadership in small towns? Does leadership enhance quality of life? Is leadership the difference between successful and struggling communities? This publication examines these questions and provides research from Iowa small towns to demonstrate how leadership styles can shape a community.
CSCAP 159A 2014
Corn Growth and Development: Climate Matters
The author describes how and at what stages temperature, extreme rainfalls and other weather stresses can affect corn growth. Lori Abendroth is the project manager of the USDA-NIFA Sustainable Corn Project and has expertise in crop physiology and production and years of in-field agronomic research experience.
She is lead author of the guide, "Corn Growth and Development" which is available at the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Online Store.
This resource is part of the USDA-NIFA funded project for
climate and agriculture
that gathered data from 35 field sites and thousands of farmers in 9 Midwestern states, with the goal of creating a suite of practices for corn-based systems.
Coping with Stress and Change -- Divorce Matters
Although individuals are different, most adults need two or three years to adapt to the changes divorce brings. Understand ways of dealing with the stress.
Managing income and expenses - Divorce Matters
Financial stress from divorce can be minimized by enabling individuals to carefully make the best of their financial situation and avoid costly errors as they move forward.
Talking with Your Child's Other Parent - Divorce Matters
Tips for open communication with your former spouse regarding your children.
Separating Your Finances - Divorce Matters
The financial separation that comes with the divorce process can be made less difficult if you find out what your options are and remain aware of your financial situation.
Talking with Children -- Divorce Matters
How to communicate with your children about your divorce.
A Child's View -- Divorce Matters
Learn how children view divorce and how it affects them. Infants, preschoolers, elementary school children, and preteens and adolescents are discussed.
Visitation Dos and Don'ts - Divorce Matters
For both parents and children, visitation is critical to maintaining a sense of connectedness both during and after a divorce. But in the early stages of family restructuring and co-parenting, it is frequently a source of conflict.
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