Jefferson County, Iowa
Jefferson County Conservation Board
Jefferson County's Conservation Board
Funded by REAP
Resource Enhancement and Protection
Jefferson County voted into existence their county conservation board
program in 1972.
Since its inception, the Jefferson County Conservation Board has acquired and developed 11 areas encompassing approximately 1363 acres. These include parks, recreational and wildlife areas.
The Conservation Board website has extensive information.
The pond in Round Prairie Park
Jefferson County Conservation Board Mission Statement
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in Jefferson County by acquiring, developing and managing public areas so that its citizens will have opportunities for quality outdoor recreation experiences, and to cultivate good land stewardship through natural history and environmental education activities.
See the complete story on the Conservation Board website.
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