As Iowa Watershed Approach program leader, Larry manages the activities and responsibilities of the Iowa Flood Center related to the IWA. Larry is also professor of civil and environmental engineering and the executive associate dean of engineering at the University of Iowa.
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Check out this podcast developed by North Carolina League of Cities featuring Larry Weber and North Carolina Mayors Don Hardy and Bill Saffo on lessons learned from their trip to Iowa on flood resiliency. Podcast: Sick and Tired of Flooding
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By: Hilary Pierce, ISU Extension Outreach Specialist, email@example.com The fall 2019 Iowa Watershed Academy was held on October 22nd and 23rd at the ISU Field Extension Education Lab near Boone. Great discussions were had during the academy and many questions were asked and answered. Experienced watershed coordinators and conservation professionals were able to share their […]
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