We're working every day with Iowans to protect and restore Iowa's land, water and wildlife.
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INHF helps protect statewide Monarch habitat with pollinator partnership
INHF has protected over 150,000 acres and worked in 95 of Iowa's 99 counties. Explore the areas INHF has helped protect over the last three decades.
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Prairie, wetlands protected at Silver Lake in Palo Alto County
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RAVE on the Great Western Trail
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Bill introduced to fund Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund
Curious to learn more about conservation in Iowa and what INHF does? Our staff is always available to answer specific conservation-focused questions. Find a staff member.
We’ve also compiled print and online materials to help you stay updated:
Iowa Natural Heritage, INHF’s quarterly magazine.
Feature stories on INHF projects and initiatives. Spring issues feature our annual report.
INHF has produced several books detailing Iowa’s natural history and information for conservation practices. Find a listing here.
See how INHF is focused for our next 5 years.
View INHF’s most recent press releases and official statements. For general press inquiries, contact INHF Communications Director Joe Jayjack at 515-288-1846, ext. 19 or email@example.com.
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