Please call Kim Wickersham at 712-328-5638 in order to make your gift purchase. Park passes are as little as $20 for Pottawattamie County residents or $25 for out-of-county residents.
These donated items are part of our annual Go Wild for Conservation fundraiser and support our Get on Board program, providing field trip scholarships for local schools. Items include gift cards for Drybar, The Back Forty, Wahlburgers, and Jefferson's Lounge, a Youth Butterfly and Insect Exploration Basket.
*Once on the webpage, click on the "Instabuy" button to see gift options. Call 712-328-5638 with questions and to receive your gift. Arrangements may be made to pick up items in-person from Pottawattamie Conservation’s main office at 227 S. 6th St., Suite 204 | Council Bluffs, IA 51501.
Is your family looking to cut back on gift-giving or wanting to make gifts more meaningful? Consider purchasing something from our Amazon Wishlist or making a monetary gift to the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation!
While family is in town, get some fresh air and show them the best that Pottawattamie County has to offer by exploring an outdoor area like Arrowhead Park, Botna Bend Park, Hitchcock Nature Center, Old Town Park or one of our habitat areas.
Tradition is such a big part of the holiday season - so why not add something that does our environment some good, too!? Choose a nearby park or outdoor area and pick up trash, give experiences as gifts instead of physical items, or make your family gathering as waste-free as possible by ditching disposable dishware and recycling wrapping paper and boxes.
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