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Help us reach our goal: 20 new sustainers in 2020

This year has no doubt had its challenges, but now we have a challenge for YOU: This Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1), we’re striving for 20 new ICNC Sustainers (20 in 2020!).  What’s an ICNC Sustainer?…

Opportunity in Disaster: Sowing Seeds of Change

By Executive Director John Myers Published October 21, 2020 in the Cedar Rapids Gazette   Troubling events like the pandemic and derecho challenge us all, but they also provide a major opportunity. Change is nature’s…

Turn the Derecho Disaster into Opportunity

By Director of Education Kelli Kennon-Lane Published October 24, 2020 in the Cedar Rapids Gazette   Many property owners in Linn County are seeing the light — literally. With trees and shrubs downed or damaged,…

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