Joe Jayjack

Joe Jayjack

Joe Jayjack is the Communications Director at Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation.

Blog posts by this Author:

  • Habitat restoration taking place on The Narrows Preserve on East Okoboji Lake

    INHF is focused on returning The Narrows Preserve to its natural historical state, creating critical, contiguous habitat for grassland birds and other species using a thoughtful approach and informed strategies.

  • North American Prairie Conference returns to Iowa

    The conference will be held June 26-29 in the heart of the tallgrass prairie region — Altoona, Iowa, which lies just outside Des Moines. Field trips all over central Iowa will emphasize experiential learning in high-quality prairie remnants and restorations, and dozens of sessions over four days will share the latest in prairie research, management and philosophy.

  • A Milestone in Making Change

    INHF has been made stronger by volunteers since the organization was founded in 1979. This year, INHF reflects on the official development of the volunteer program and celebrates our volunteers contributions working on woodlands, prairies and trails that benefit Iowa's wildlife and people.

  • Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation purchases Little Sioux Scout Ranch

    Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation (INHF) has purchased the Little Sioux Scout Ranch in western Iowa from the Mid-America Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

  • Wendel Family donates more than 100 acres of Loess Hills Prairie to INHF

    The Wendel family has donated 113 acres of Loess Hills prairie in Bronson, east of Sergeant Bluff, to Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, ensuring that this ecologically rich area is forever protected from the development pressures of the nearby Sioux City Metro area.

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