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"Our goal is to help build an even stronger community of people who appreciate and enjoy nature."
- Bob Johnson
The Johnsons are the kind of people who make the engine turn at
INHF. In this Annual Report, you'll read about all the projects on which INHF worked in 2015. The land, water and wildlife protection that drives our mission. But none of these are possible without the people - members, donors, volunteers, partners, board and staff - that contribute their time, resources and knowledge to conservation in Iowa.
Test the waters in all aspects of communications - magazine writing, press releases, photography, social media, websites, blogs and more - with INHF. You'll be working on media projects to help promote INHF's work and mission.
Iowa's legislative session may have ended last month, but that doesn't mean your legislators don't want to hear from you until next year. Legislators need to know what their constituents are thinking as they prepare for this fall's election and the 2017 session. So now is the time to tell them you want them to fund the Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund and that you understand that means raising the sales tax by 3/8 of one cent.
The Trust Fund is the permanent, reliable, immediate and substantial funding that Iowa needs for its natural resources. Here is what you can do to help:
Call or email your legislators to tell them why this is important to you.
The annual Hagie Award recognizes Iowans who have demonstrated an extraordinary personal service and commitment to improving the quality of Iowa's natural environment and who encourage others to do the same.
INHF invites you, your agency, partners or friends to nominate an outstanding Iowa conservationist for the 2016 Lawrence and Eula Hagie Heritage Award.
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.