'Bioretention cells' built to improve water quality
Another project to improve water quality in the Dry Run Creek watershed has been completed.
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier; January 26, 2014
Nutrient reduction strategy set to enter next phase
Eight watershed demonstration projects covering 606,000 acres have been selected to receive $4.1 million in funding through the Iowa water quality initiative over the next three years.
The Gazette; December 30, 2013
Vision Iowa awards $78,000 to Kohlmann Park project in Waverly
The Shades of Rhythm Amphitheater Project in Waverly's Kohlmann Park took a giant leap forward this month with a $78,000 grant awarded by Vision Iowa’s River Enhancement Community Attraction and Tourism program.
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier; October 23, 2013
Imagine yourself floating on a river. You leisurely paddle along when you suddenly spot a bald eagle soaring overhead. You can feel the sun warm your neck and you begin to hear the trickle of a creek entering the river up ahead.
Globe Gazette; September 29, 2013
Beeds Lake needs work, report says
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources presented its findings on Beeds Lake on Thursday, focusing on reducing algae in the water.
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier; September 1, 2013
Upper Cedar Watershed Outreach Project
March 18, 2014; 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Mitchell County Conservation Nature Center (18793 Highway 9, Osage)
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