Conservation Connection

Making Sense of Water Quality Data – A Paddler’s View

Making Sense of Water Quality Data – A Paddler’s View

In some ways, 2021 was an unlucky year to launch a water quality monitoring program because streams were so often dry. In some ways, it was an ideal year to launch a monitoring program, because weather always has an influence of water quality and the challenging conditions in 2021 forced us to better account for it. 

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Thank You, David Stein!

Thank You, David Stein!

David contributed to a large part of Prairie Rivers of Iowa’s continued efforts to impact public awareness and implementation of conservation practices to create native plant, pollinator and wildlife habitat to help improve soil and water quality while protecting the endangered rusty patched bumble bee and other species of greatest conservation need in Iowa. He was instrumental in creating a native seed bank and the development of many acres of habitat.

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Note From the Program Coordinator

Note From the Program Coordinator

Thank you all for joining us again on the newest addition of the Watersheds and Wildlife Newsletter. Let me go ahead and start by thanking everyone for making our most recent events a massive...

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