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Can Iowa’s Altered Landscape Ever Be Restored?

Follow this blog greatplainsaction.org “We are a collective of Indigenous organizers of the Great Plains working to resist and Indigenize colonial institutions, ideologies, and behaviors. Our homelands are located in the vast grassland of Turtle Island, situated between the Rocky … Continue reading

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Do Iowa Laws Exist Solely To Rubber Stamp Livestock Industry Interests?

Action alert from Iowa Environmental Council: At IEC, it is our job to be watchdogs at the legislature, with local governments, and rule-making agencies, monitoring whether their decisions make Iowa a better place to live, work, and explore. In 2021, … Continue reading

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Iowa Sierra Club To Hold The People’s Budget Webinar Series

Iowa Sierra Club invites you to our first in a series of webinars about the People’s Budget on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 7:00pm. A large number of Sierra Club issues require some involvement with Iowa’s state budget. From supporting … Continue reading

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Iowa Public Beach Water Quality

A person could post every year about water quality at Iowa state park beaches. The state fails to adequately reduce nutrient flow into public water. The source is primarily from fertilizer runoff, yet from other sources as well. Last year … Continue reading

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Impending Environmental Crisis in Iowa

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