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Marshall County Conservation Board

by Jonathan Bailey last modified 2021-06-30 10:19 AM

Programs administered and services provided by the MCCB are related to natural resource management. Most of the public lands in the county are managed for wildlife, compatible recreation, and conservation education. The MCCB has more than 2,644 acres of land on 31 locations for camping, picnicking, fishing, canoeing, hiking, bicycle trails, forest areas, or native prairie. Some areas are designated wildlife refuge and others are open for public hunting. Marshall County Conservation Area Map

The MCCB  Naturalist  conducts environmental education programs for school groups and the general public. 

The MCCB publishes Seasons, a quarterly newsletter, as well as brochures about specific areas. To have the Seasons newsletter delivered to your e-mail address subscribe here.

To have announcements and reminders about upcoming events delivered to your e-mail address subscribe to our MCCB mailing list.

Conservation Center hours are:  We are currently closed due to COVID, we will reopen on July 1, 2021 Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Closed on County holidays

Please call us for more information.

Marshall County Conservation Board
2349 - 233rd St.
Marshalltown, IA 50158

Phone: 641-752-5490
FAX: 641-752-5496

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Board meetings are held the second Monday of each month starting at 5:00pm.


Conservation Board                                                      

  • Pam Paone
  • Rich Naughton
  • Steve Armstrong
  • Tom Mack
  • Tom Deimerly
  • Mike Stegmann - Director
  • Emily Herring - Naturalist
  • Tami Krough - Administrative Assistant
  • Jeremiah Manken - Operations Supervisor & Park Ranger
  • Tyler Renze - Maintenance Technician
  • Alan Naughton - Maintenance Technician


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