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Black Hawk Park Status  May 21 2017, Black Hawk County
Black Hawk Park Status
Save Money While RV Camping  May 20 2017, Tama County , Otter Creek Lake & Park
If you like to RV camp and save money at the same time this is for you!
Otter Creek Lake and Park- Your Adventure Close to Home  May 20 2017, Tama County , Otter Creek Lake & Park
Spring has sprung. Now is the time to get out and enjoy the natural world close to home.
It's all free --- summer programming for kids  May 19 2017, Dickinson County
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May-August Newsletter, "The Heron"  May 16 2017, Clinton County
Click for all of our great family fun events!
Introducing Pioneer Park Nature Preserve  May 12 2017, Dickinson County
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A Fun & Rewarding Career Awaits You  May 4 2017, Tama County
Are you looking for a career in Natural Resources helping people to understand, appreciate and protect the natural world around us? Check out this opportunity.
Wings & Wetlands Weekend is May 13  Apr 28 2017, Dickinson County , Dickinson County Nature Center
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Testing the Water in Polk County  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
In November 2012, voters supported the Polk County Water and Land Legacy Bond (PCWLL) in historic fashion passing the measure with 72%.
Keepin an Eye on the Water  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
Polk County Conservation has recently released our reports on our first year of water quality monitoring. Our focus was smaller streams across the county, including Fourmile, Camp, Beaver, Walnut and Yeader.
The Latest  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
The Latest Regular Polk County Water & Land Legacy Updates
Pollintar Education and Garden Project Wins Award  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
The Iowa Association of Naturalists (IAN) and the Iowa Conservation Education Coalition (ICEC) are proud to announce Polk County Conservation as this year’s recipient of the Ada Hayden Conservation Education Award.
Board Member - Samanth Brear  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
Samantha Brear was appointed to the Polk County Conservation Board in January 2017.
Park Planner - Adam Fedrick  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
Adam Fendrick joins Polk County Conservation as their first Park Planner where he combines his education as an urban planner and landscape architect to create sustainable landscapes.
Board Meeting Summer Tour Schedule  Apr 21 2017, Jackson County
Board meetings will be held as various JCCB locations throughout the summer. See list below for dates and locations.
Park ranger - David Weidt  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
David Weidt joins Polk County Conservation as the new Conservation Park Ranger at Jester Park.
Learn from birding pros at Birding on the Green  Apr 21 2017, Dickinson County
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Polk County Conservatin on Instagram  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
Polk County Conservation is excited to announce the launch of our new Instagram account!
Volunteer Spotlight  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
This quarter Polk County Conservation has the volunteer spotlight on Bob Myers, our 2016 Volunteer of the Year award winner.
Samaritan Detection Dogs to search for box turtles at Chichaqua  Apr 21 2017, Polk County
PCC is contracting with Samaritan Detection Dogs, L.L.C. to search for ornate box turtles at Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt. Ornate box turtles are considered a threatend species in Iowa.
April 2017 Newsletter  Apr 12 2017, Webster County
April 2017 Newsletter Pathways to Nature
Pond Stocked  Apr 12 2017, Jackson County , Prairie Creek Recreation Area
The newly constructed pond at Prairie Creek Recreation Area now stocked with fingerling bluegill.
Spring Conservation Quarterly Newsletter  Apr 11 2017, Cass County
Spring is in bloom in Cass County
Cass CCB Native Plant Sale  Apr 11 2017, Cass County
CCCB is holding a Native plant sale!
Cedar Valley Nature Trail closed in Center Point for hard surfacing project  Apr 6 2017, Linn County
Trail expected to be reopened in early June in Center Point.