Dickinson County weed commissioner Douglas Todey has released the 2020 noxious weed policy. The policy was approved by the Dickinson County Board of Supervisors at its meeting Tuesday, April 14. “…each owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Dickinson County shall cut, burn, or otherwise control all noxious weeds…

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Photo of Doug Todey

Douglas Todey enjoys getting to work in conservation because he loves being able to see productive change on the landscape week to week and year to year. He has plenty of goals to make productive changes as he takes over the Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management program with Dickinson County Conservation. Todey began with the conservation…

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Graphic about being an award winner

  Dickinson County Conservation Board won an award for outstanding website during the Iowa Tourism Conference Tuesday, March 3. “It is an honor to have our website selected as the winner for rural areas in the state, because we put a lot of effort into the design, content and functionality of our website,” said Kiley…

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Banner that says January is National Radon Action Month

  Locks can’t protect you. Doors won’t keep it out. A killer may be sneaking into your home without you even knowing it. It’s radon. And it silently kills about 21,000 Americans every year. January is National Radon Action Month, and the Dickinson County Conservation Board encourages you to protect yourself and your family from…

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Over the past weekend Dickinson County received a special recognition for its outstanding Technology Outreach in 2013, awarded by the Iowa Association of County Conservation Boards (I.A.C.C.B.) . This include the wildly popular new Dickinson County Conservation Board website, Okoboji Osprey Live Web Camera, new emailing system through Mailchimp and outstanding Facebook/Twitter outreach. Thanks to…

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