- The next step in reducing nutrient loss - Using edge-of-field practices can improve water quality. --Quoting Matt Helmers and others. Wallaces Farmer., June 27, 2018.
- Choosing the perfect plot: Evaluating site suitability for controlled drainage and saturated buffers - Two new tools are available that drainage contractors can use in evaluating the suitability of potential sites for these practices.--Article by Ben Reinhart, Dan Jaynes, Mark Tomer, and David James. Drainage Contrator, May 29, 2018.
- Transforming drainage with saturated buffers - Blog post by Tom Buman, Agren, about saturated buffers and the work of Dan Jaynes (USDA-ARS) and Tom Isenhart (Iowa State University). May 8, 2018.
- Drainage water: Reduce, reuse, recycle - Interview with Jane Frankenberger, Chris Hay, and others. Iowa Soybean Association Newsroom, April 24, 2018.
- Don't just drain excess water off your field --Reuse it - As precipitation patterns become more variable across the US, researchers and farmers look to drainage water management practices. Successful Farming, April 23, 2018.
- Conservation on the edge - In mid-February, Iowa Learning Farms hosted a group of 12 farmers in Ames to discuss issues surrounding edge-of-field practices and nutrient reduction. Wallaces Farmer, March 15, 2018.
- Drainage management and treatment to address excess nutrient loading - Kevin King, USDA-ARS, Columbus, OH, conducted research on a total of 40 paired field sites with both surface discharge and subsurface water monitoring abilities. --Quoted Kevin King and Jane Frankenberger. Drainage Contractor, December 13, 2017.
- Transforming Drainage: Managing water for tomorrow's agriculture - Audio with Chris Hay discussing the Transforming Drainage project at the Iowa Soybean Association research conference. Brownfield Ag, February 14, 2017.
- Water recycling feasibility - The latest on the Transforming Drainage project. Article by Ben Reinhart. Drainage Contractor, November 8, 2016
- Q&A: Nitrate reduction and drainage with Iowa State's Matt Helmers - Article and link to webinar discussing nitrogen management and strategies to work towards nutrient reduction goals. Corn and Soybean Digest, October 26, 2016.
- Controlled drainage is the new black - Article on recent advancements in implementing and managing controlled drainage systems. June 13, 2016.
- Long-Range Forecast: Purdue Researchers Say Ag Water Management Will be Critical in Coming Decades - Article on the impact of extreme weather events on water resources in agricultural landscapes. --Quoting Mohamed Youssef. Environmental Defense Fund, May 12, 2016.
- Managing Farm Water Could Be a Key to Preserving Water Quality - Purdue AGRIcultures magazine article on potential of drainage water storage practices to improve water quality. Quoting Jane Frankenberger and Ben Reinhart. May 12, 2016.
- As heard on Insight: Keeping nutrients in the field - Kelly Nelson, research agronomist, discusses the University of Missouri's Greenley Research Center, which uses drainage water management to generate and regulate water on fields. University of Missouri's Insight, January 28, 2016.