The University of Iowa’s Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research (CGRER) and the Iowa Flood Center will co-host a Legislative Breakfast Reception on Wednesday, March 7, 2012, from 7:00-9:00 am, Room 116 at the Iowa State Capitol. This is an opportunity to learn about the very latest activities of these two Centers, how Iowans are […]
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The Floyd County Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting a tour of the Upper Cedar River Watershed to look at urban and agricultural soil and water conservation practices that are making a difference in controlling flooding, pollution and soil erosion in the basin. Nathan Young, Associate Director of the Iowa Flood Center, is among the scheduled presenters.
The Iowa Flood Center (IFC) has been invited to participate in the National Science Foundation’s “Hazards on the Hill” Event. The event is co-hosted by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senator Bill Nelson, Chair of the Senate Commerce Science and Space Subcommittees. Witold Krajewski, Director of the IFC, and Larry Weber, Director of IIHR-Hydroscience & […]
The group 1000 Friends of Iowa presents “Planning Iowa Sustainability—Building on What We Have.” This all-day event at the Historic Hotel Pattee in Perry, Iowa, will focus on sustainable development. Workshop sessions will include smart planning for small cities, green infrastructure, funding opportunities, and regional planning. Iowa Flood Center Director Witold Krajewski will lead a […]
The Iowa Flood Awareness Interagency Coalition presents: Don’t Test the Waters Cedar Rapids: Community Flood Outreach Forum on June 15, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. at Coe College Auditorium, 1220 First Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The presentation will educate residents on flood preparation efforts and resources available to them, as well as the flood protection […]
Polk County residents can learn how to prepare for floods and protect against property losses at a flood awareness community meeting on June 8. Iowa Insurance Commissioner Susan E. Voss, along with interagency partners, invites residents to heighten their flood awareness at 7 p.m. in the Des Moines Botanical Center’s Oak-Willow Room, located at 909 […]
The public is invited to hear Cornelia Mutel of The University of Iowa speak on Friday evening, June 3, at West Monona High School in Onawa. Her talk is titled “Climate Change Impacts on Iowa: Closing the Loop” and is based on the January 2011 report by Iowa’s three state universities. She will begin her […]
The Iowa Flood Awareness Interagency Coalition presents: Don’t Test the Waters Council Bluffs: Community Flood Outreach Forum. May 26, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. at Council Bluffs Public Library (Rooms A and B), 400 Willow Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa. The presentation will educate residents on flood preparation efforts and resources available to them, as well as […]
The Iowa Flood Awareness Interagency Coalition presents: Don’t Test the Waters Ottumwa: Community Flood Outreach Forum, on May 5, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. at Indian Hills Community College, Bennett Student Serices Center, Room 100, Ottumwa, Iowa. The agenda includes: “Flood Forecasts: Preparation and Prevention Resources” by: Jeff Zogg, National Weather Service “Flood Insurance Resources for the […]
Connie Mutel of IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering is the keynote speaker for the Center for Prairie Studies Water Symposium in Grinnell Iowa. Her program is “Water in Iowa: From Gift to Curse and Back Again.” This two day symposium (April 6-7) is titled, Iowa’s Troubled Waters: The Challenges of Quality and Quantity. It will examine the causes and […]