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INHF is working on a trail that starts at Mitchellville city limits and runs through Prairie City. The trail will connect to the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge and offer riders, walkers and families a chance to experience small-town Iowa.
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There are currently at least $673.3 million in shovel-ready water quality, infrastructure, outdoor recreation and habitat projects ready to happen in Iowa. Now, all these back-log projects need is funding.
Blufflands land stewardship interns work hard to maintain and restore native landscapes in extreme Northeast Iowa. Interns will conduct needed land management and restoration on remnant and reconstructed prairies, woodlands, oak savannas and other natural areas owned or protected by INHF. Application deadline: Feb. 3, 2017.
INHF design interns are a vital part of INHF's outreach strategy. Interns work with every department to create display and handout materials, and complete special projects. Design interns gain experience working within an established brand and representing that brand to in-person and digital audiences. Application deadline: Feb. 10, 2017.
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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 150,000 acres of Iowa's natural resources.