The Clayton County
Conservation Board invites you to
visit and enjoy the natural resources and recreational opportunities in
Iowa's County Conservation Board System startd in
1955. Clayton County's Conservation Board continues to strive to meet
the goals outlined in the Iowa Code (acquire, develop, maintain, and
make available to the citizens of the county forests, wildlife, and
other conservation areas. To promote and preserve the general welfare of
the people). The Clayton County Conservation Board manages some 1000
29862 Osborne Road
close at 10:30 pm
We are now accepting applications for a Naturalist.
Applications are due April
Ticks and lyme disease
It's tick season; be sure to check when you've been out in the woods
or grasslands. Follow these links for symptoms, treatment and prevention
of lyme disease:
Keep exotic insect pests away from Iowa trees. Bringing
firewood from the states of MI (Lower Peninsula), OH, IL, WI, IN and IA
is a violation of federal law as it may harbor Emerald Ash Borer, a
major pest of Iowa's native trees.
Please buy your
firewood LOCALLY, BURN IT ALL before
you leave and
DO NOT take it home.
Visit the Osborne Center to view our display
for more information or click on one of the links below.
Iowa State Extension
Mission of Clayton County Conservation
mission of the Clayton County Conservation Board is to promote the
health and general welfare of the people; and to encourage preservation,
conservation, education and recreation through responsible use and
appreciation of our natural resources and cultural heritage.
The Clayton County Conservation Board does not
discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, sex, creed,
national origin, age or disability. If anyone believes he or she may
have been subjected to such discrimination, he or she may file a
complaint with either the Clayton County Conservation Board or the
Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of Interior, Washington,
29862 Osborne Road