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Quilt show featuring demonstrations, prizes and more! Cost is $5/person. Weekend overnight room specials available. Go to www.honeycreekresort.com for more details.

Honey of a Quilt Show
March 7: 9am - 5pm
March 8: 10am - 4pm

Honey Creek Resort State Park Ballroom, Moravia, Iowa

O’Brien County Bald Eagle Watch Saturday, March 7 Prairie Heritage Center with elevated viewing deck.  Exceptional birders ensure visits to the center have meaningful educational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Prairie Heritage Center, 4931 Yellow Ave., Peterson At 11:00 a.m. the dedication of Iowa’s newest Bird Conservation Area and Important Bird Area will occur. Representatives from the Iowa DNR, Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, the Nature Conservan...
All aspects of turkey hunting. First time hunter or not this seminar will cover History, biology, scouting, calling, equipment and field dressing. Location: Warren County Conservation Annette Nature Center This is a free seminar but registration is required.  Limited to 35 or as space is available.  Lunch will be provided. Please register through the Warren County Conservation web page or call 515-961-6169. http://www.warrenccb.org/events/turkeyhuntingseminar/
Saturday, Mar. 14 Marian McNabb hosts a wonderful community event that includes live eagles with interesting environmental presentations. 10AM-2PM :: Registration from 8:30 AM to 10AM Lunch served at 12: 15, free will offering American Legion Building, 200 Main Street, Sioux Rapids Speakers from 10 AM to Noon including live birds Outdoor viewing at selected sites For more information call: 712-296-4920 and 712-295- 7200
Join us at River Hills School in Cedar Falls, IA for the Second Annual Northeast Iowa Paddlefest! There will be multiple concurrent session and a keynote speaker. Some of the concurrent session will take place in the HEATED therapy pool! Please check back regularly as we add sessions and speakers.  Take a moment to stop by the DNR Water Trails booth while you are there! Northeast Iowa Paddlefest Saturday, March 21, 2015 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM River Hills School 2700 Grand Blvd. Cedar F...
River of Words® (ROW) conducts an environmental poetry and art contest for youth aged 5 to 19 in grades K-12 every year. ROW is a Project of The Center for Environmental literacy at St. Mary's College of California. The contest is designed to help youth explore the natural and cultural history of their own watershed, and to express what they discover through poetry and art. Winners of the international contest will be announced in April of each year, and are honored in a mid-April ceremony a...
Luther College, Decorah, Iowa (map)
Reconnecting Children with Nature: Growing Up WILD training This workshop leads you out the door and provides hands on activities and resource materials to help you lead your own nature explorations. Growing Up WILD activities use age appropriate practices and concepts to build on children’s sense of wonder and invites them to explore nature and the world around them. Specially written for children 3-7, activities include sections to address many learning areas: math, science, language, l...
Midwest Environmental Compliance Conference (MECC) This event takes a fresh, regional approach to the increasingly difficult task of environmental compliance, permitting, enforcement, and other critical environmental issues that impact Midwest facilities and institutions. MECC events are hosted by state business and manufacturing associations and supported by EPA and State Agencies. These premier Midwestern environmental conferences: Provide an insider perspective on key regional issues&nbs...
River of Words® (ROW) conducts an environmental poetry and art contest for youth aged 5 to 19 in grades K-12 every year. ROW is a Project of The Center for Environmental literacy at St. Mary's College of California. The contest is designed to help youth explore the natural and cultural history of their own watershed, and to express what they discover through poetry and art. Winners of the international contest will be announced in April of each year, and are honored in a mid-April ceremony a...
Join hundreds of dedicated volunteers for the epic 13th Annual Project AWARE. This year, it’s the Wapsipinicon River between Independence to Olin. In 2014 on the Big Sioux River, 388 participants paddled 91 miles and removed 30.2 tons of trash. There’s nothing like the reward you get by getting dirty with like-minded river lovers and helping to improve the habitat and recreational opportunities, making the river cleaner and safer. Enjoy the day, then relax at night with educational p...

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