A public utility takes on big Ag in the fight for clean water.
For our publisher, the late CEO of the Des Moines Waterworks, Bill Stowe, exemplified environmental heroism.
Veterinarian Art Dunham's concern for his patients made him a world-renowned expert on the effects of Roundup herbicide on our environment.
It's a deceptively simple question. Our associate editor created an infographic to provide the not-so-simple answer.
With his interview of Des Moines Waterworks CEO, our audio producer debuts our new podcast feature.
An Alaska-based artist turned her eye on the prairie during an artist's residency. The result: two paintings, featured in this issue.
The nationwide celebration of our waterways comes to the prairie.
Associate Editor Maya Dru interviewed Des Moines Waterworks CEO Bill Stowe shortly before his untimely death.
Here you'll find our audio recording of Maya Dru's interview with the late Bill Stowe, CEO of the Des Moines Water Works.
In Rootstalk's fifth podcast, our audio producers talk with Prof. Brandi Janssen about the complexities of sustainaable agriculture.
During the yearly migration, an astonishing forty-five percent of all North American shorebirds pass through this Kansas marsh.
Audio producers Noah Herbin and Eva Gemrich interview University of Iowa Prof David Osterberg about CAFOs.
This contributor, a soil scientist, environmental activist and farmer, reviews a new book offering a vision of rural prairie revival.
This first-time contributor provided some beautiful--and beautifully appropriate--images for the essay written by his friend, Alicia DeHaan.