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Frautschy takes helm of 4R Plus program in Iowa

Paige Frautschy (Photo Courtesy of The Nature Conservancy)

The Nature Conservancy in Iowa is proud to welcome Paige Frautschy as the new Agriculture Program Director. Frautschy, a Certified Crop Advisor herself, will be at the helm of the state’s 4R Plus program. This Iowa native comes back home after working with the Wisconsin Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.

Frautschy says while she is happy to return to Iowa because it is home, but she is also excited for the opportunity to spread the message of the 4R Plus Program in Iowa.

Frautschy says she is excited to continue the momentum that the program has seen in Iowa over the past two years. She wants to see where the program can grow, and what existing avenues they can keep going down.

Frautschy tells producers who may be on the fence, that there are options to getting started. There are ways of easing into it. There are people here to help you take that first step.

To learn more about the 4R Plus program, log on to their website.