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Jessica Rilling

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  • INHF welcomes new northeast Iowa staffer

    APR. 26, 2018

    "The goal is to have this land around for future generations, and I'm excited to be a part of the small steps in restoration and bringing everything together." -Logan Wood, Blufflands Field Assistant

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  • INHF welcomes Carole Teator

    JUN. 27, 2017

    Join INHF in welcoming Carole Teator to our new Eastern Iowa Program Manager position. Carole will be working in Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Davenport to more closely work with Iowa landowners and conservation partners in that area.

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  • We're hiring: Mark C. Ackelson Fellowship

    OCT. 3, 2016

    Do you have a heart for activism as well as for Iowa's land, water, wildlife and people? Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation is looking for a dedicated conservationist to work with us on a temporary assignment to promote increased, reliable, consistent state funding for Iowa conservation.

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  • Now Hiring: Development Specialist

    FEB. 23, 2016

    UPDATE 4/6/2016: This position has been filled.   The newly created Development Specialist position is an exciting opportunity for a donor-focused fundraising professional who desires to have an immediate and lasting impact on Iowa's land, water, wildlife and people. This position gathers direct support for permanent protection of important Iowa lands and for programs at the heart of the INHF mission. This full-time position also expands our ability to serve those who are considering le

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  • Duane Sand: A career of unlocking conservation possibilities

    DEC. 16, 2015

    Thirty-two years ago, Duane Sand asked me to help him with some summer communication about a concept he hoped would become part of the 1985 Farm Bill. It would give farmers an incentive to put their most erosive acres into grassland cover for ten years. Today you know it as CRP – the Conservation Reserve Program. In his quiet, behind-the-scenes way, Duane has always been on the forefront of fresh concepts to protect land and water. He would be the last one to draw attention to his 40-year cons

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