Iris at Quigley-Slattery Heritage Prairie, Buchanan County

Jessica Rilling

Blog For Tag "volunteer"

  • Meet Melanie

    AUG. 16, 2017

    INHF is excited to introduce Melanie Louis as its new Volunteer Coordinator. In her new role, Melanie will lead INHF's volunteer program, organizing opportunities for people across the state to connect with the land, INHF's mission and each other.

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  • RAVE on the Great Western Trail

    APR. 21, 2017

    More than 40 Iowans gathered together on the Great Western Trail on Tuesday, April 18, to care for a patch of remnant prairie that sits hidden along the trail.

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  • It's a Lark! It's a Crane! It's the Big Day of Birding

    APR. 28, 2016

    Explore southern Iowa's Lucas County on Saturday, May 21, during the Big Day of Birding! This first-time event marries bird enthusiasts and conservationists as we count as many bird species as possible in 24 hours.

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  • Winter volunteer day at Razor Prairie

    JAN. 27, 2016

    Al and Mary Razor loved their land. The 24-acre partial woodland, oak savanna and prairie parcel was their everything. And in 2001, with their health on the decline, the Razors decided to permanently protect their land and donate it to INHF. Help us honor Al and Mary's legacy with a brush clear at Razor Prairie in Jasper County. Join us at the property  on Saturday, Feb. 6 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. We'll remove brush and intrusive trees. All equipment will be provided and no experience is n

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  • Gifts from new INHF donors matched by Principal Financial Group Foundation

    JAN. 13, 2016

    Volunteers from Principal Financial Group volunteer at Lone Tree Point on Clear Lake, an INHF project. Thank you to The Principal Financial Group Foundation, which has just renewed its support for the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. Their $25,000 unrestricted grant serves as a challenge grant for new members. Every time a new member donates to INHF, their gift is matched by The Principal Financial Group Foundation. This isn't the first time Principal has supported INHF. In fact, they've

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