Conservation Education Center

Conservation Education Center
Conservation Education Center is listed in the Parks category in Guthrie Center, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for Conservation Education Center which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Conservation Education Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Conservation Education Center is:
2473 160th Rd
Guthrie Center, IA 50115
(641) 747-8383

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Conservation Education Center has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Conservation Education Center has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Guthrie Center, Iowa is 38 and in the Parks category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Join us for our Fly Fishing & Tying Outdoor Experience workshop this October! Details:…

Can the woolly bear caterpillar really predict the weather? More from #IowaOutdoors' #mythbusters:…

Ride along w/ Pikes Peak park manager Matt Tschirgi as he surveys trails 2 months after a tornado swept through the…

Try live bait or artificials for #SmallmouthBass on Miss. pools 10-11 along rocky shore w/current…

Happy first day of fall!

Welcome, fall! #AutumnalEquinox #Autumn #FirstDayOfFall

Ride along with Pikes Peak park manager Matt Tschirgi as he surveys the trails 2 months after a tornado swept through the area (be sure to watch until the end!). Trail updates:

We're working to evaluate & improve panfish growth rates at Wilson Park Lake - things are looking good so far, like this 14-inch crappie! More on this lake:

Iowa Department of Natural Resources added an event.
Iowa’s Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP) assemblies will begin next month, giving all Iowans an opportunity to discuss what their vision is for Iowa’s outdoor recreation, soil and water enhancement, historical resources and land management and more. REAP assemblies are locally led meetings where issues can be brought forth and voted upon. Iowans can discuss the program, recommend changes and discuss impacts in their area. Delegates may also be selected from the local meeting to attend the REAP congress in January at the State Capitol in Des Moines. Each assembly represents a region of counties and participants are required to attend the region for the county in which they reside. Meetings are held in the evening and last approximately 90 minutes. A list of REAP assembly locations is available online at Each year, REAP provides funding for local projects through a grant process and each year, the requests for city and county grants exceed the amount available by two or three times. Since the program debuted in 1989, more than $330 million has been awarded to more than 15,000 projects.

Smile for the camera, otter pups! 📹: Ryan Rupiper, Hamilton County