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Natural Resource Technician – Job Opening!

This is a full-time, permanent position. Employee works 40-hours per week and receives benefits. Position is open until filled. Applications are due by Friday, June 24, 2022 at 7:00 am. To apply send resume, cover letter and three references to Katie Hammond, Director. See the Position Advertisement. See the full Job Description.

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Bids Requested – Survey Work at Indian Slough Wildlife Area

The Louisa County Conservation Board is seeking bids for the 1,100-acre Indian Slough Wildlife Area. Contact Katie Hammond with questions. Bid Packet

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Bids requested: Dirt work and concrete

Louisa County Conservation is seeking bids for dirt work and concrete for a playground to be installed at Eden Park northwest of Columbus Junction, IA. Bid includes dirt work, seeding, tiling, curb, sidewalk, porta pot pad and anchors for playground. Bids are due by 4pm on Monday, July 11, 2022. Eden Park Bid Packet Eden […]

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LCC Regular Board Meeting – Monday, July 11

The next regular meeting of the Louisa County Conservation Board will be held on Monday, July 11, 2022 at 5:30 pm at the Louisa County Complex and via zoom. The Board hopes to open bids for Concrete and Dirt work at Eden Park and Bids for Survey Work at Indian Slough. As always, people are […]

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NLC Newsletter

Check out the latest Naturally Louisa County Newsletter.  It will be mailed out later this week, but you can read it online now! NLC_Summer_2022

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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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