Riverland Conservancy strives to conduct its activities and operations in partnership with a wide range of organizations, including local, state, and federal agencies, conservation groups, and the private sector.

  • Wetland and Prairie Restoration

    • Riverland Conservancy works with numerous organizations to accomplish our restoration goals. With the help of our partners we have completed almost 1000 acres of wetland and prairie restoration. Our partners offer assistance in a variety of ways including donations of money, materials, and services.
  • Important Bird Area

    • The Lansing Preserve is part of a region considered extremely important as a major migration corridor.  Riverland Conservancy is working with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Iowa Audubon, US Fish and Wildlife Service and others to maintain the diverse nesting habitat of the region.
  • Manley Creek

    • Riverland Conservancy works with organizations such as Trout Unlimited, WDNR, and Sauk County Conservation to restore and maintain Manley Creek and Parfrey’s Glen Creek.  These two cold water streams provide habitat for the native Brook Trout. Restoration efforts have lead to a stabilization of the stream banks and an increase in the trout population.
  • Allamakee County Conservation Board

    • The Allamakee County Conservation Board recently constructed the Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center in Lansing, Iowa.  Riverland Conservancy worked with the conservation board to support the development of educational materials and programs.
      Click here for a short video on the center’s development.