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Iris at Quigley-Slattery Heritage Prairie, Buchanan County

Jessica Rilling

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  • Submit your photos for our 2018 calendar

    MAR. 6, 2017

    Calling all photographers: Submit your photos today for consideration for Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation's 2018 calendar! Each year, we produce a nature wall calendar for INHF members, featuring some of the most beautiful shots of Iowa's land, water and wildlife.

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  • Calendar photography submissions

    APR. 7, 2016

    Iowa is a photographer's dream: stunning landscapes, remarkable wildlife and spectacular natural moments. Every year, INHF celebrates this beauty in a nature calendar. We love highlighting the best of what Iowa has to offer and seeing our great state through your eyes—and lens. We are now accepting submissions for the 2017 calendar. If you're interested in submitting photos for consideration before the July 1 deadline , you'll find helpful resources on our website for more information. Al

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  • 2016 calendars have arrived!

    NOV. 11, 2015

    Each year, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation releases a calendar that highlights Iowa's beautiful, natural landscapes. The 2016 calendars have arrived! The calendar is filled with fun: 60 dates of Iowa events like RAGBRAI and the Iowa State Fair, plus lots of nature events for all ages taking place throughout Iowa. The calendar is always designed by a Robert R. Buckmaster graphic design intern. This years designer is Phong Doung, a Drake University recent graduate. Calendars are $12 and can

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  • Nature's fireworks

    JUL. 3, 2015

    Celebrate the Fourth of July with the beauty of flowers—Iowa's natural “fireworks.” From all of us here at INHF, have a happy Independence Day! This western sunflower shines in Van Buren County. (Photo by Lora Conrad)   Milkweed's blooms expand like the lights in the sky on the Fourth of July. (Photo by Nathan Houck)     Prairie smoke lightens up Cayler Prairie in Dickinson County. (Photo by Bruce Morrison)   This blue flag iris gives off a pop of color at Sn

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