APRIL 2016

Protecting and restoring 
Iowa's  land, water and wildlife.

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How much can 15 people accomplish on 175 acres in under two hours?  A lot, it turns out. Explore the soon-to-be Ronald "Dick" Jordan Family Wildlife Area in Story County.

INHF is a member-supported organization. All new memberships ($25/year) will be matched by the Principal Financial Group Foundation. Become a member today:
upcoming Events
Back Country Outfitters - Beaverdale
April 28
INHF at Valley Junction Farmers Market
West Des Moines
May 12
Reclaimed Rails Brewery - Bondurant
May 17
Lucas County
May 21
Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge
May 21
Monona County
June 3-5

Conservation links
The Des Moines Register

Farm News

Only In Your State

The Des Moines Register
The Spencer Daily Reporter

The Des Moines Register

The Storm Lake Times
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Looking for an easy way to help protect and restore Iowa's land, water and wildlife?  Every time you make a purchase on Amazon.com,  you can now support INHF  at no additional cost. The program, Amazon Smile, donates .5% of sales from eligible purchases to a charity of your choice.
Know a great Iowa photographer? INHF is now accepting submissions for our 2017 all-Iowa nature calendar.
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Find great places and new ways to discover Iowa's outdoor treasures. Have an idea to share? Let us know!
How many bird species can you spot in 24 hours? 
Did you know May is National Bike Month? Celebrate in Central Iowa with a host of events and rides - even one sponsored by INHF.

(and how to get rid of them)
Across Iowa, a variety of species threaten our native ecosystems. These weeds dominate and choke out wild and native plants, leading to less diverse native natural areas. Learn what they are and how you can help combat them.
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About INHF
Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit conservation group that works with private landowners and other partners to protect Iowa's land, water and wildlife. Since its founding in 1979, INHF has helped protect more than 145,000 acres of Iowa's natural resources.