Iowa Senate: Support SSB 1117 - Fund the Natural Resources Trust Fund
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Iowa State Senate
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State Sen. David Johnson
Iowa-028
State Sen. Michael Breitbach
Iowa-027
State Sen. Amanda Ragan
Iowa-015
State Sen. Dennis Black
Iowa-045
State Sen. Joe Seng
Iowa-033
State Sen. Robert Hogg
Iowa-039
State Sen. Sandra Greiner
Iowa-048
State Sen. Dan Zumbach
Iowa-016
State Sen. Dick Dearden

Iowa Senate: Support SSB 1117 - Fund the Natural Resources Trust Fund

    1. Petition by

      Iowa's Water & Land Legacy

SSB 1117 fully funds Iowa's Natural Resources & Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund - providing a sustainable sources of funding for water quality, wildlife habitat, protection of natural areas to prevent flooding, and parks/trails/outdoor recreation. Funding would be constitutionally protected under Iowa's state constitution and would cost the average Iowan only $4 per month.  

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      So, B M from New Hampton was signature #200! How high can we go?

    2. Reached 200 signatures
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      Iowa Senate: Support SSB 1117 - Fund the Natural Resources Trust Fund

      In 2010, Iowa voters approved Iowa's Water & Land Legacy Constitutional Amendment that created the Natural Resources & Outdoor Recreation Trust Fund. They approved creation of the Trust Fund with 63% of the vote and passage in 79 of Iowa's 99 counties.

    5. Big Subcommittee Meeting on Tuesday

      Friends, you are doing great work! We have an important subcommittee meeting on TUESDAY MORNING (2/26) at 8 am in Room 22 of the Iowa Senate. The Senate Subcommittee is considering SSB 1117. Please reach out to members of the Senate Natural Resources Committee and express your support! https://www.legis.iowa.gov/Schedules/committee.aspx?GA=85&CID=10

    6. Reached 100 signatures
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    • holly howard MUSCATINE, IA
      • over 1 year ago

      The natural resources are where I enjoy life the most. Also it is my preferred field of employment and the field I got my education in.

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    • Rose Danaher AMES, IA
      • over 1 year ago

      Iowans have shown time and time again that conservation funding is a priority. Public support of REAP has been strong for many years, but REAP still hasn't met its original allocation goals - then more recently, we voted for sustainable funding. Fund the trust fund! Clean water and abundant places to recreate are valuable to all Iowans.

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    • Karissa Merical ADEL, IA
      • over 1 year ago

      Natural Resources are how we are able to Live. Fresh Air, Clean Water, and Productive Forests (healthy animals to view or hunt, healthy trees to harvest or use to collect acorns, etc ....trees provide wood for homes, oxygen for us to Breathe, paper, toilet paper, paper towels, paper plates, napkins, etc.) We Need natural resources to Live ...We Need to Protect them.

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    • Steve Wilson MT. PLEASANT, IA
      • over 1 year ago

      Biological Diversity, Wildlife habitat, soil conservation, water quality all being so closely related it is more of a circle than a list.

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    • Todd Ontl AMES, IA
      • over 1 year ago

      Soil is our most precious narual resources. When we loose our soil, we threaten our agricultural economy, sacrifice our water, and diminish our natural resources.

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