“to encourage environmental awareness among visitors and residents while fostering appreciation, preservation and conservation of the Iowa Great Lakes region’s unique cultural history, glacial geological formations, native species and natural habitats through education and action.”
Who we are
The Conservation Foundation of Dickinson County is an independent, non-profit organization whose purpose includes charitable, educational, preservation and scientific endeavors which benefit and support conservation activities in Dickinson County.
Supporting the Conservation Board
The CFDC supports Dickinson County Nature Center programming and exhibits, including the new Pollinator Paradise addition. Land acquisition projects, reestablishment of wildlife habitats and natives species are also goals that are supported.
How do we do it?
The CFDC raises funds through special events, membership fees, donations and the Nature Store at the Dickinson County Nature Center.
DID YOU KNOW?
Members of the Conservation Foundation of Dickinson County receive a 10 percent discount in the Nature Store at the Dickinson County Nature Center and a discount on summer camps. Well, they do! Join today with the “Become a member” button above!
The Conservation Foundation of Dickinson County is seeking active, conservation-minded individuals to serve on the board of directors.
The CFDC holds public meetings 7 p.m. the second Monday of each month at the Dickinson County Nature Center in Okoboji.
If you’re interested in becoming a board member, fill out the form below and mail it to 2279 170th St., Okoboji, IA 51355, or come to a public meeting to submit your application and meet other board members.
Current board members
President: Rebecca Peters
Vice president: Ron Williams
Secretary: Erika Leupold
Treasurer: Mary Kay Donovan
Board members: Tom Maser, Joanne Sackett, Leah Streeter, Jim Tuel