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Get to Know John Rathbun

Posted on April 21st, 2017

John Rathbun will serve as the Clear Creek watershed coordinator, which covers Johnson and Iowa County, for the Iowa Watershed Approach.



Iowa Flood Center on Legislature’s chopping block



Republican budget would eliminate Iowa Flood Center

Fly Like an Eagle Over the English River Watershed

Posted on April 11th, 2017

The video starts at the confluence of the English River and the Iowa River and runs west toward Grinnell.



Pottawattamie County Supervisors sign Nishnabotna watershed authorities agreement

Watersheds of Iowa

Posted on April 11th, 2017

Read about all the watershed-related activities progressing in the state! From WMA project coordinators being hired to the formation of a state-wide WMA coalition, watersheds are coming together!



Storm Lake council study session eyes future of water issues

The English River Watershed.

Get to Know Jody Bailey & Ben Curtis

Posted on April 3rd, 2017

By Mikael Mulugeta On March 1, 2017, Jody Bailey began serving the English River WMA as the project coordinator for the Iowa Watershed Approach. Along with her colleague Ben Curtis, a project manager for the English River WMA, Bailey is responsible for facilitating stakeholder engagement in watershed improvement efforts, developing educational programming, coordinating implementation of […]



Work continues on Nishnabotna watershed authorities

Get to Know Adam Rodenberg

Posted on March 14th, 2017

By Mikael Mulugeta The Benton County Board of Supervisors has selected Adam Rodenberg to serve as the project coordinator for the Middle Cedar Watershed Management Authority. As project coordinator, Rodenberg will work with the Middle Cedar WMA to facilitate and carry out watershed planning activities, collaborate with IWA partners and stakeholders, and will be especially […]