This year's Lawrence & Eula Hagie Heritage Award winner is Dr. Thomas Rosburg of Drake University. The award is given every year to an Iowan who demonstrates extraordinary personal service to Iowa's natural environment.
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A rare opportunity to protect a federally endangered and native Iowa bat species pushes INHF beyond state borders. The newly dedicated Sodalis Nature Preserve is providing critical habitat and recreation to all of Hannibal, Missouri's creatures.
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Nestled within the bustling city of Davenport is a 265-acre environmental haven. For over 400 plant species and numerous animals, birds, fish and insects, Nahant Marsh is home. But it hasn't always been the protected oasis it is today.
Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation President Joe McGovern joined the Grow Siouxland program on KSCJ in Sioux City last week to talk about INHF and the importance of funding the Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund.
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.