An Introduction to River Restoration (Webinar – Oct 21)

The Iowa Learning Farms, Iowa Rivers Revival, and the Iowa DNR delivered a “Natural River Restoration” webinar on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015 at 1 p.m. The webinar included Rosalyn Lehman with Iowa Rivers Revival and Nate Hoogeveen with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources discussing how river restoration, used in other Midwestern states, improves water … Read MoreRead More

Reduce, recycle and revive our rivers!

Iowa Rivers Revival has been selected as the recipient of Whole Foods’ “One Dime at a Time” program When customers are shopping at the West Des Moines store from 10/1/15 – 12/31/15 they will have the option to donate their bag credits to IRR. Whole Foods Market’s “One Dime at a … Read MoreRead More

Calling for the 2016 “River Town of the Year”

  Iowa Rivers Revival is accepting applications for the annual “River Town of the Year” award. Communities across the state are embracing, protecting and celebrating their local rivers, and each year IRR showcases one Iowa town’s outstanding efforts to reclaim river-fronts as anchors for economic development, recreation, and good ecological practices. IRR … Read MoreRead More

Celebrate World Rivers Day

Statement on World Rivers Day Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015 For immediate release – September 24, 2015 Contact:  Rosalyn Lehman, Iowa Rivers Revival, 515-724-4093, or Mike Delaney, Citizens for a Healthy Iowa, 515-339-0438, Communities across the globe are celebrating World Rivers Day on Sunday (  The observance was founded … Read MoreRead More

The BEST in river restoration coming to Dubuque Feb 8-11

  The Partnership for River Restoration in the Upper Midwest is hosting its regional symposium in Dubuque, Iowa, February 8-11 at the Hotel Julien. This is an extraordinary opportunity to learn about the latest cutting-edge, affordable, science-based, and sustainable approaches to restore and protect Iowa’s rivers and streams, and the … Read MoreRead More

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