Master Conservationist Program

Hurstville Interpretive Center, Jackson County

Tuesday, September 3, 2024

The Master Conservationist Program is a collaborative program offered by ISU Extension and Outreach, County Conservation Boards, and local conservation leaders and professionals.

The intensive blended online and in-person curriculum is developed to equip Iowans interested in natural resource conservation with the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed decisions about natural resources and to become local leaders and educators.

Master Conservationists are individuals that share an interest in the sustainability of Iowa's natural resources and in becoming better stewards of those resources.

Jackson County Conservation and Jackson County Extension & Outreach will be offering the program in Jackson County in Fall 2024.

Participants must complete online instruction and attend all in-person classes.

Course graduates are awarded a certificate and encouraged to get engaged locally to apply the information they learn and continue to build their local connections to conservation professionals and other passionate conservationists.

Cost is $100. Program is for adults and youth ages 14 and up.

Submit registration information and payment Jackson County Extension to 1102 E Quarry St. Maquoketa or call 563-652-4923.

Registration deadline: August 20th, 2024

Click here for more information about the Master Conservationist program at 

For more information about the Jackson County Master Conservationist Program, contact:
Jackson County Extension, Halie Maier, (563) 652-4923,
Jackson County Conservation, Jess Wagner, (563) 652-3783,

Registration form at bottom of page


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Master Conservationist Program


Tuesday, September 3, 2024
5:00 PM - 12:00 PM


Hurstville Interpretive Center
18670 63rd St
Maquoketa, IA 52060

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