Our Vision:

 

Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation provides funds for the protection and enhancement of the natural resources in the environmentally rich area of the confluences of the Cedar, Iowa and Mississippi Rivers in Eastern Iowa.  The Foundation will employ enjoyment and use of these resources to educate and instill an appreciation for good land stewardship.  It will seek to distribute private funds to carefully chosen public, civic, institutional and quasi-public projects.

Above Photograph: Langwood Education Center

 
 
Confluence of the Iowa (left) and Cedar (right) Rivers at Columbus Junction, Iowa.

Confluence of the Iowa (left) and Cedar (right) Rivers at Columbus Junction, Iowa.

The Louisa Resource Area

The Louisa Resource Area encompasses Louisa County, Iowa and the surrounding area.  With the confluence of the Iowa, Cedar and Mississippi River this area is rich in natural and cultural resources.

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Wapello students explore the Big Sand Mound Preserve on a field trip and show off an ornate box turtle they found.

Wapello students explore the Big Sand Mound Preserve on a field trip and show off an ornate box turtle they found.

Take Action

There are many ways to help.  Donations of time, money and talent are always welcome.  Tri-Rivers also respectfully accepts and honors memorial donations and bequests.  You can choose the amount to donate and earmark the donation for a specific project or mark "use my donation where needed most!"

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