Author: Mallory Marlatt

CANCELLED: NASA, Iowa Flood Center to host public event on precipitation and flood forecasting

Due to severe weather forecasts in northern Iowa, the NASA and Iowa Flood Center public outreach event scheduled for Wednesday, June 12 at 7 p.m. in Room 104, Wilder Business Center, on the Northeast Iowa Community College campus has been CANCELLED.

NASA researchers will be occupied at research sites tracking the storm and monitoring instrumentation.

For more information about NASA and the Iowa Flood Center, visit the following sites:

pmm.nasa.gov/ifloods

iowafloodcenter.org/projects/ifloods

 

MEDIA CONTACT:

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West Union Green Streetscape on Profiles Series May 6

West Union’s green pilot streetscape project and partnership with the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) will be featured on an educational television program, “Profiles Series” with host Larry King, on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 6:00 am on the Discovery Channel. The half-hour program will include other feature segments and commentary by host Larry King from the studio. A production team gathered footage in West Union on November 1, 2012.… Read more ›

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New Turkey River Watershed Management Authority Logo

A logo has been designed for the Turkey River Watershed Management Authority! Check it out!

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WMA to develop comprehensive flood reduction plan

On January 31st, community leaders from twenty-three communities, seven Soil and Water Conservation Districts and five counties will gather for the kick-off planning meeting of the Turkey River Watershed Management Authority or TRWMA.  The Iowa Economic Development Authority recently selected the Turkey River Watershed as one of three watersheds in Iowa to develop a watershed flood reduction plan that could be used as a model for other Iowa watersheds and watersheds nationwide that are looking to reduce the economic and environmental impacts of flooding.… Read more ›

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