Join the Master River Stewards Program

This is the second year Iowa Rivers Revival is facilitating the Master River Stewards Program.  The Spring program will take place in the Des Moines/Raccoon River Watershed during the months of May and June 2013.  Look for details in early June about our late Summer program in the Cedar River Watershed during … Read MoreRead More

A call to Iowa to revive our rivers

They can become a popular economic draw. Iowa is the land between America’s two greatest rivers. We are blessed with waterways flowing within a short drive or walk of virtually everyone. These rivers and streams hold untapped value. Unfortunately, though, we have neglected and degraded most of them until they … Read MoreRead More

Dubuque Named “River City of the Year”

Iowa Rivers Revival says the historic city is in the midst of a renaissance in revitalizing its relationship to the Mississippi River – improving recreation, protecting the environment and bolstering its economy. Dubuque, Iowa.   “Iowa Rivers Revival,” a group that advocates for rivers, has named Dubuque “River City of the … Read MoreRead More

Central City named “River Town of the Year”

Central City, Iowa.   “Iowa Rivers Revival,” a group that advocates for rivers, has named Central City as “River Town of the Year” in recognition of the community’s outstanding work to revitalize its connections to the Wapsipinicon River. “Central City has been a river town since it was founded in 1839, … Read MoreRead More

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