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REAP public participation
What can REAP do for you?

REAP is special to Iowa --- and its many public involvement opportunities are some of the reasons that it is.There are several opportunities available to Iowans that assist in making the program all that it can be.

Iowa's REAP program is unlike other similar efforts throughout the country in that it provides many opportunities for people to get involved. Whether that includes becoming a member of your County REAP Committee or just chatting with friends and neighbors about the importance of REAP, there are places in REAP's public participation elements for you to make a difference. 

+ Get Involved
+ REAP Committees
+ County Plans
+ Learn About Grants
+ Learn About Assemblies

pocket park in Granger, Iowa, made possible by REAP efforts
This pocket park in Granger, Iowa, was made possible by REAP efforts.

REAP Coordinator

Contact person:
Tammie Krausman, REAP Coordinator
Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Wallace State Office Building
Des Moines, IA 50319

phone: 515-402-8763