The Master Conservationist Program is working to “Plant the Seeds of Conservation” in Iowa through an intensive educational curriculum that blends online lessons with in-person field experiences with local conservation leaders and passionate citizens.
Master Conservationist Program
Date and Time
Tuesday Jul 13, 2021 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CDT
Tuesdays starting July 13, 2021 from 6-9 PM Additional Sessions on July 20, & 27 August 3, 10, 17, & 24, 2021
Locations: July 13, 2021 Session 1: Setting the Stage- Landfill of North Iowa (Clear Lake) July 20, 2021 Session 2: Physical Environment: Iowa's Lands and Water- Fossil & Prairie Center (Rockford), July 27, 2021 Session 3: Understanding Iowa's Ecosystems: Aquatic EcoSystems- Clear Lake State Park (Ventura Grade Area) August 3, 2021 Session 4: Understanding Iowa's Ecosystems: Prairies- Maynes Grove (Hampton) August 10, 2021 Session 5: Understanding Iowa's Ecosystems: Forest- Worth County Fairgrounds (Northwood) August 17, 2021 Session 6: Putting it together in the watershed-Milton R. Own Nature Center (Osage) August 24, 2021 Session 7: Planting the Seeds of Conservation/Wrap up- Lime Creek Nature Center (Mason City)
$75.00 per person (Discount available indicate on registration) Register by contacting Cerro Gordo County ISU Extension (641)423-0844 or online https://iastate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6ePIoxVqcqpGRdc