A Note About Public Events
Public programming is critical to our mission. We are committed to following public health guidelines while also providing educational and fun programming. Events listed here may have to be adjusted in the future based on current recommendations. Up-to-date information will be maintained on the event pages here and on the Louisa County Conservation Facebook page. Please feel free to call the office at 319-523-8381 or email us with any questions!
Spring is all around! Let’s get outside and enjoy it! Hike, scoop in the pond, and/or watch the birds. Many activity stations will be setup for this free, fun, family event. Come and go as you please!Find out more »
Hop in your time machine! Explore what life was like 2,000 years ago. We will dig in the dirt, try some chores, have a snack, and play games. Activities geared towards ages 2-4 but feel free to bring the whole family!Find out more »
Wapello, IA 52653 United States
Come celebrate the completion of the Wetland Interpretive Trail. There will be a short dedication speech and ribbon cutting at 3:30 pm, followed by light refreshments and time to explore. Visitors can expect to explore wetlands, the role wetlands play in the great web of life and the plants and animals that call them home. …Find out more »
Wapell, 52653 United States
This free, one-day course consists of classroom lessons and field experiences. Students must be 11 years or older to take the class. The class will be held outdoors, please dress accordingly. Registration required through the Iowa DNR website and you must be logged into the DNR website in order to register: license.gooutdoorsiowa.com/Event/ViewEvent.aspx?id=1734 Class size is …Find out more »
Calling all kids! Join us at your local park and get ready for a summer adventure. Louisa County will be hosting the 2021 Summer Animal Olympics! How do YOU compare to animal athletes? Time will be spent playing games, creating crafts, and exploring nature with friends. Summer Rec is sponsored by each city and provided …Find out more »
If we have to cancel programs at the last minute, a message will be placed on voice mail and on Facebook. You can call the Louisa County Conservation office at (319)-523-8381 anytime to check the message.
Louisa County Conservation Board programs are open to people of all abilities. If you have special needs, contact us in advance so we can make any necessary arrangements.
Louisa County’s programs and facilities are consistent with pertinent federal and state laws on nondiscrimination regarding race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age and abilities. Not all facilities and programs are fully accessible. However, if you contact us in advance, we will do our best to accommodate you.