Clive, Iowa named “River Town of the Year” Clive is a western suburb of Des Moines, population about 17,500. Clive is about a mile wide and eight or nine miles long, with a major stream – Walnut Creek – … Read More
Thanks to Jeff Bullock and the University of Dubuqe for the opportunity to talk about leadership in the world of rivers. Please take a moment and check out the post and interviews!
Iowa Rivers Revival is now accepting nominations for the 2017 “River Town of the Year.” The deadline is January 6, 2017. This annual award recognizes and celebrates an Iowa town or city for outstanding efforts to reclaim river-fronts as anchors for … Read More
Iowa Rivers Revival is looking for a great river photo (ideally with people in it or some indication of people involvement, e.g. the bow of a boat) for the front of our 2016 holiday card. Winning photo will earn the photographer … Read More
Iowa Rivers Revival and the Cedar River Watershed Coalition are teaming up to present a series of introductory workshops about natural river restoration benefits and practices. Landowners, farmers, policymakers, city staffers, conservationists, educators, and the public are invited to attend … Read More