Natural Resources Technician – Open Until May 31

This position is a full time/permanent position.  Employee works 40 hours per week and receives benefits. Vehicles for transportation on the job are provided as well as tools, personal protective equipment, and a uniform allowance.  This position is based out of the Louisa County Conservation Maintenance Shop, in Wapello.    Primary responsibilities include all aspects […]

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LCC Regular Board Meeting

The next regular meeting of the Louisa County Conservation Board will be Monday July 1, 2024 at 3:00 pm at the Louisa County Complex, 12635 Co Rd G56, Wapello, IA 52653. A Zoom option will be available. Agenda will be posted here.

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Louisa County Conservation FY23 Annual Report

The FY23 Annual Report is completed and available for viewing.

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NLC Newsletter

Check out the latest Naturally Louisa County Newsletter!3/8/2024: The NLC Newsletter will be produced exclusively online or via email going forward. Please contact us to provide your email address. Paper copies will still be available at the Louisa County Conservation office and at the office location of our partner organizations. If you know someone who […]

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Louisa County Conservation Board Member Appointments

Board Member applications are typically due to the Louisa County Auditor by Noon on Tuesdsay, December 12, 2023. Appointments are for a 5-year term with meetings held monthly, or more often as needed. This Board Member opening is for a female candidate. State law went into effect in January 2012 that requires a good faith […]

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Outdoor Recreation, Conservation & Open Spaces Plan FY22-FY32

The Louisa County Conservation Board approved a 10-year strategic plan at their meeting on September 2. This plan set priorities for projects and outlines the history of parks and wildlife areas. The Board received comments and suggestions from the public, staff and board members for this working document.

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