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  • Leveraging Local Leadership for Watershed Success

    posted on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 Iowa sits at the crossroads of making decisions about the future of water resources management. CFRA believes that Iowa's quickest path to clean water and flood resiliency lies within each of our communities. Cody Smith with Center for Rural Affairs gives insight into their latest report, Iowa's Path to Clean Water and Flood Resilient Communities, and thoughts on how to put Iowa's communities in the driver's seat to meet the state's adopted goals.

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  • Watershed Wednesday: Council Speaks Up for Mississippi River at Annual Gulf Hypoxia Task Force Meeting

    posted on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 When the Mississippi River/Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Task Force met in St. Louis April 25-26, the Iowa Environmental Council was there to advocate for clean water interests in Iowa and beyond.

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  • Watershed Wednesday: Learning from watershed neighbors

    posted on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 This is the fourth and final article in a month-long series, Watershed Wednesday, about the importance of a watershed approach for Iowa. This article explores Minnesota's One Watershed, One Plan approach, an excellent example of a statewide watershed approach in action.

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  • Watershed Wednesday: Embracing an Adaptive Management Approach

    posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 This is the third article in a month-long series, Watershed Wednesday, about the importance of a watershed approach for Iowa. This article focuses on adaptive management.

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  • Watershed Wednesday: Working Together for Common Goals

    posted on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 This is the second article in a month-long series, Watershed Wednesday, about the importance of a watershed approach for Iowa. This article focuses on urban and rural residents work together to solve multi-faceted water quality issues to achieve common goals.

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  • Healthy Lands, Healthy Waters

    posted on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 Today, the Iowa Environmental Council released Healthy Lands, Healthy Waters: A Watershed Framework, a white paper that lays out the need for and benefits of adopting a watershed approach in Iowa.

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