Iris at Quigley-Slattery Heritage Prairie, Buchanan County

Jessica Rilling

Blog For Tag "dickinson county"

  • New greenway will connect eight public areas in Dickinson and Osceola counties

    NOV. 29, 2017

    After nearly a decade of coordination, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation has transferred ownership of 37 miles of corridor slated to become a new trail and greenway system in Dickinson and Osceola counties.

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  • REAP in Your Region: Lake Pahoja, Fort Defiance State Park and more in northwest Iowa

    OCT. 3, 2017

    Region 3 encompasses the northwest corner of Iowa in Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, and Sioux Counties. The area includes the beautiful Iowa Great Lakes and other great projects.

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  • No species too small

    SEP. 27, 2017

    Iowa was once home to an amazing array of animal species, providing habitat to a diverse mix of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects. Some of these species are now threatened. Learn more about some of the smallest creatures INHF works to protect.

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  • Conservation easements bring permanent peace of mind to Iowa landowners

    JUL. 20, 2017

    Conservation easements allow landowners to retain the ownership and use of their land, but place desired restrictions on the land's current and future use, like development, mining or other practices that might be detrimental to the land's natural resources.

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  • Looking out for Okoboji

    JUN. 6, 2017

    Ann G. and Sigurd Anderson were honored this year at Gift to Iowa's Future Day, a ceremony recognizing Iowa landowners who gave gifts of land or conservation easements to the state. Ann and Sig originally donated a conservation easement on Green Pastures in Dickinson County before donating the land to INHF for longterm management and ownership.

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