Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation is a private, 501c3 non-profit organization established in 1991.

 

Our Mission

To provide 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 education and instill an appreciation for good land stewardship.  It will seek to distribute private funds to carefully chosen public, civic, instutitional and quasi-public projects.


What We've Achieved

2017

2016

2015

  • Annual RUSH Fundraising Auction
  • Paris Family Scholarship - to Darby Harris
  • Tri-Rivers Director's Scholarship - to Logan Grimm
  • Hit the Trails With Me
  • Musc-Lo-Des: Tri-County Pedal
  • Langwood Adventure Day - May 20, 2015
  • Langwood Volunteer Day - April 18, 2015

2014

  • Annual RUSH Fundraising Auction
  • Louisa Interpretive Center - worked on wetland trail
  • Paris Family Scholarship - to Eli Sents
  • 1st Tri-Rivers Director's Scholarship - to Nathan Smith
  • 100 Trees for Louisa County project
  • Received grant from Monsanto for Snively
  • Langwood Adventure Day

2013

  • Annual RUSH Fundraising Auction
  • Louisa Interpretive Center - worked on wetland trail
  • Paris Family Scholarship
  • Hoover Nature Trail at Chinkapin Bluffs

2012

  • Annual RUSH Fundraising Auction
  • Louisa Interpretive Center - earthwork, pond, wetland
  • Paris Family Scholarship
  • Portapots for Paddlers grant

Older projects

  • Iowa River Water Trail (2008)
  • Chinkapin Bluffs Makeover Project (2008)
  • Odessa Water Trail (2007)
  • Reflections of the Louisa Resource Area (2007)
  • Flaming Prairie Makeover (2007)
  • Senior Citizens Trip to the Mississippi River Museum (2007)

ON-GOING BIG PROJECTS: