A blend of old and new, visitor and resident, tradition and modern, recreation and nature - all of this and more describes Winneshiek County.
The beautiful bluff country near Bluffton offers scenic views of the Upper Iowa River. Visit area trout streams and Siewer's Spring Trout Rearing station near Decorah. Winneshiek County offers tourists hiking, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, and winter sports in addition to museums, festivals and other attractions.
Visit Winneshiek County and discover the timeless beauty of nature, and the blend of tradition and culture. Northeast Iowa Community College at Calmar and Luther College of Decorah demonstrate the cultural diversity of the area as well as offer excellent educational opportunities.
Winneshiek County Development, Inc. is here to assist all types of businesses and to help support communities within Winneshiek County. Whether working with large expansions or new start-ups, Winneshiek County Development has the tools needed for all business types. Located in Decorah, Iowa, in the heart of Winneshiek County, Winneshiek County Development seeks to be the leaders in creating an environment for collaborative success, supporting new and existing businesses for long-term resiliency, community vitality, and providing a higher quality of life for all.
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The UERPC May 2019 Newsletter is here! Check out the newsletter to learn about:
Upper Explorerland Regional Planning Commission (UERPC) is offering a Marketing Internship opportunity for a student studying marketing, communications, public relations or other related field. The internship will focus on creating and implementing marketing efforts for UERPC. Contact Rachelle Howe with interest or questions: 563-382-6171 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Iowa DOT is now accepting applications for the annual State Recreational Trails program funding cycle. Applications shall be either received via email by 5:00 pm to email@example.com or postmarked by July 1, 2019. An email submission must still be followed by receipt of a single signed color original of the completed application via U.S. mail. The appropriation for State Fiscal Year 2020 (SFY 2020) is $1.5 million. Please note, the application form has been revised for this year’s cycle. If you are working from a previously prepared application, be sure to update to the new format and questions before submitting.
All hardcopies shall be submitted via U.S. mail to:
State Recreational Trails Program
Iowa Department of Transportation
Systems Planning Bureau
800 Lincoln Way
Ames, IA 50010
Please contact Debra Arp, Grant Program Administration Team Leader, at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or concerns. The Iowa DOT web site is updated with this information: https://iowadot.gov/systems_planning/Grant-Programs/-Federal-and-State-Recreational-Trails
The UERPC April 2019 Newsletter has hatched! Check out the newsletter to learn about: