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40th Annual Loess Hills Prairie Seminar - Fascinations of the Loess Hills

The Loess Hills Prairie Seminar, sponsored annually by the Northwest Area Education Agency, Iowa Department of Natural Resources and Monona County Conservation, is June 3-5, beginning at West Monona High School, in Onawa, and then moving to the Loess Hills Wildlife Management Area campground, near Castana.

Now in its 40th year, the popular seminar has programs and activities for every age and all levels of physical abilities.  Participants may choose among field sessions covering plants, insects, birds, explore nature photography or writing, prairie management and ecology, and more.

There is no cost to attend and registration is not necessary, unless participants plan to order meals.

Educators may register for credit through the Northwest AEA at a reduced fee. There are special programs for children and families, and for adults and older students. More information is available online at http://www.nwaea.k12.ia.us/en/educators/loess_hills_prairie_seminar/

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