This year oak leaves seem to be thriving, and it might be thanks to a rainy May.
Jeremy Yost, Natural Resource Technician
Did you know? Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in the U.S., with almost 1 in 5 adults (40 million people) living with general or social anxiety, panic attacks, or phobias.
Families are invited to explore, learn, and relax in the heart of the Loess Hills.
A beloved father, sports fan, and outdoor enthusiast, today would have been Jerry Dyke’s 75th birthday.
Pottawattamie Conservation joined 30 students from Tri-Center High School in planting 14 trees on school grounds.
Supporting native pollinators is more important than ever, which is why the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation is encouraging you to plant native plants like butterfly milkweed in your yards!
Council Bluffs has joined more than 150 cities and towns across the country in being named a Bee City USA affiliate by the Portland, Oregon-based nonprofit organization.
The bridge is set to be open for pedestrian use by early June.
Learn the ins and outs of backpacking and put your skills to the test with a guided overnight adventure in the Loess Hills!
What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
Kylie Gumpert, Promotions & Outreach Coordinator
We recently introduced cattle from Little Mountain Ranch and Garden into Hitchcock Nature Center! Learn more about why these important workers are here from one of our Natural Resource Technicians, Aric.
Beautify your yard and save energy through this residential tree distribution. Trees retail for $75 or more, but Iowa residents can purchase them for just $25* each!
Join us as we shine a light on Pottawattamie Conservation volunteers to thank them for their time and talents and recognize the difference they make in our community. Our volunteers ROCK!
Celebrate Earth Day with Pottawattamie Conservation.
Learn about parks’ powerful role in public health in our series, “Healing Home.”
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