Joe Jayjack

Joe Jayjack

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

Blog posts by this Author:

  • INHF renews its accreditation status

    INHF has been verified to be practicing at the highest possible conservation standards for the past 11 years by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, the national accrediting body for land trusts.

  • Tom Murray of Decorah wins Hagie Heritage Award

    Tom Murray of Decorah has been selected to receive the 2021 Lawrence and Eula Hagie Heritage Award. The Hagie Heritage Award is given annually by Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation to recognize Iowans who have demonstrated extraordinary personal service and commitment to improving the quality of Iowa's natural environment and who encourage others to do the same.

  • Forever Young

    When David and Terrie Hoefer worked at the central Iowa 4-H camp in the 1980s and ‘90s, they formed a deep connection to this place along the Des Moines River in Boone County. That is why the Hoefers and many other alumni were happy when Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation (INHF) purchased the camp to protect and keep whole this natural wonder.

  • On Firm Footing

    Over the past 25 years, the LaMair family has spent a lot of time enjoying and caring for 475 acres of rolling land in Clarke County. They have constructed ponds, filled in and seeded down gullies that had formed due to erosion, and planted native grasses and forbs, creating a foundation for restoration. Now they have taken steps with INHF to make sure this special place is permanently protected.

  • High Trestle Trail Bridge turns 10!

    Today marks the 10-year anniversary of the opening of the High Trestle Trail Bridge, and Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation is celebrating by raising funds during the month of May to make new connections and improvements to this iconic Iowa destination.

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