Author: Lilly Jensen

Northeast Iowa RC&D is pleased to welcome two new staff to the team. Welcome Lilly and Alyssa! Lilly Jensen joins RC&D from Winneshiek County Conservation. As Projects Manager, she’ll draw on her experience in conservation education, natural resource interpretation, grant writing and administration, and communication and outreach...

Visitors to several local farmers markets across Northeast Iowa may notice a few changes this season. Six markets–Cresco, Decorah, Guttenberg, Independence, Oelwein, and Postville–will be part of a regional project working to ensure the sustainability and success of farmers markets by supporting and enhancing the...

Business owners, entrepreneurs, and community residents in Northeast Iowa are invited to complete surveys regarding re-use of the Waterville Elementary School.  Waterville Elementary School was closed in 2018 and the buildings were purchased by the City of Waterville. The City was awarded a Rural Business Development...

Representatives of the Turkey River Recreational Corridor Mallory Hanson (director) and Rod Marlatt (board chair) accept the Iowa Tourism Award for Outstanding Niche Marketing Initiative Iowa at the 2022 Iowa Tourism Conference. The Turkey River Recreational Corridor was awarded the 2022 Iowa Tourism Award for Outstanding...

One of the 28 flood reduction structures implemented in the Upper Wapsipinicon watershed. In 2016, the Upper Wapsipinicon River Watershed (UWRW) was awarded 4 million dollars as a part of the $96.9 million state-wide Iowa Watershed Approach (IWA) project, funded by a grant from the U.S....

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