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Star Gaze

Introduction to Stargazing Winter Constellations, Kuehn Conservation Area, Thursday, January 26, 2017, 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

Winter can either be spent sequestered inside huddled around the hearth, or wandering about in the wilds seeking to know its wonders. Start 2017 off right wandering with DCCB. The wilds of Dallas County’s night skies are filled with stories written in the stars. Each constellation holds a story and a connection for you to our place. Join us for this stargazing party and we will teach you how to build and read a star chart, measure distances in the sky and how to find and identify the major constellations in the January winter sky. The real party will begin next as we venture outside to read a few star stories and come to better know our wild place.  Registration is required for this program.

For more information or to register for a program, contact:

 Dallas County Conservation Board, 14581 K Ave., Perry, IA 50220  515-465-3577 

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The DCCB 2016 Winter Solstice Edition Newsletter is available Here

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RRVT Trail Permits Available Online - 2017 Permits are available!
Dallas County Conservation Board offers you the convenience of purchasing your Raccoon River Valley Trail permits online. Click on "Annual Trail Pass" on the upper left hand side. Very easy!

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Dallas County Conservation Board
14581 K Ave.
Perry, Iowa 50220
515-465-3577
FAX 515-465-3579
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am - 4:30pm
Email: conservation@dallascountyiowa.gov
Website: www.dallascountyiowa.gov/conservation

   

Mission Statement

"To protect, preserve, and enhance our natural resources by providing opportunities to improve the public’s quality of life through environmental education, ecosystem management, outdoor recreation, and historic preservation.”