Support

The Sioux County Conservation Board and Sioux County Conservation Foundation appreciate the support from local community businesses and the partnerships with other organizations. Thank you for partnering with us as we work to preserve our environmental resource in Sioux County through conservation practices, maintenance, service projects, restoration projects and education.

Donate

We have two main areas for financial contribution:

  • Donations to the Sioux County Conservation Board help fund projects in county parks and wildlife areas as well as fund new recreational equipment. Donations to the board can also be made specifically for Environmental Education. Donations maybe sent to: Sioux County Conservation Board, 4051 Cherry Ave, Hawarden, IA 51023.
  • Donations to the Sioux County Conservation Foundation help fund current projects like the Nature Center! Once the nature center is complete, donations to the foundation will provide resources for the enhancement, preservation and enjoyment of nature in Sioux County.

Why invest in the Sioux County Nature Center?

“As parents and community leaders we must demonstrate our commitment to providing this programming as a testimony to what we believe to be important,” said conservation board director Rob Klocke. “By investing in our parks we provide witness as to the value of the outdoors in the lives of individuals and families. By investing in our parks we invest in local economic development. By investing in parks we commit to providing facilities for recreational activities close to home. By investing in parks we demonstrate to the next generation what we believe to be the most important elements of a healthy, informative childhood.”

Contact Gordon Pottebaum lmpgnp@midlands.net or Sunday Ford sundayf@siouxounty.org for more information on the project

For more information on the Sioux County Conservation Foundation click here.

Other Ways to Support SCCB and SCCF include:

Support the Nature Center project here!

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    Nature Center - $2.39 of $4.8 million raised