Horticulture Research Station

Essential Operations on ISU Farms: A COVID-19 Pandemic Response



In mid-March 2020, in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic to keep students, faculty and staff safe, ISU moved all classes on-line, events were canceled and research was continued with additional precautions. Discussions were held about which university activities were ‘essential’ and ‘non-essential.’ As a guide for the ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences extensive network of field and farm operations, the following guidelines were developed and posted.


How to Cite: Honeyman, M. (2021) “Essential Operations on ISU Farms: A COVID-19 Pandemic Response”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports.(4).