Protect and Improve Land and Water

Project Overview Meet Mike, Chester, Tammy, Nellie, and Rodney in this kid-friendly cartoon series designed to promote recycling and get your toes tapping at the same time! In a series of fun and short animated videos, Mike the Milk Jug, Chester the Cardboard Kid, Tammy the Tin...

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....

  Project Overview Northeast Iowa offers a unique landscape unlike any other in the state of Iowa. Steep limestone bluffs and rolling hills offer unique interactions between humans and the watershed they live in. The Stormwater Demonstration Site installed at 101 E. Greene Street incorporates a wide range...

Pick up your guide to one of Eastern Iowa's premier recreational rivers and enjoy the sight-seeing, fishing, birding, camping, hiking, wildlife-watching, or a relaxing float on this gentle-flowing, intimate river. The Maquoketa traverses the diverse landscape of Eastern Iowa and passes through several Iowa treasures: Backbone State Park, Manchester...

For the past 2 years, educators in Northeast Iowa have been invited to bring their students to the Regional Urban Stormwater Demonstration (RUSD) Site on the Northeast Iowa Resource Conservation and Development Campus in Postville, Iowa. Visits to the RUSD Site include a tour of...

Northeast Iowa RC&D was announced as one of three members of an elite place-based flood prevention model made possible through the American Flood Coalition (AFC).  The RC&D along with the two other awardees, The Coalition for Environment, Equality, and Resilience in Harris County Texas, and...

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