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The Black Hawk County Conservation
Junior Naturalist program for 2019 has started!
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Community Partnerships: Allen College, Black Hawk County Extension, Black Hawk County Gaming Association, Black Hawk County Health Department, Black Hawk County Solid Waste Management Commission, Boy Scouts of America, CEEE, Cedar Valley Arboretum, Cedar Valley Association of Soft Trails (CVAST), Cedar Falls Art and Culture Board, Cities of: Cedar Falls, Elk Run Heights, Evansdale, Hudson, Raymond, and Waterloo, Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa, Dry Run Creek Watershed, EPI, Friends of Hartman Reserve, George Wyth/ DNR, Guernsey Charitable Foundation, Hearst Center for the Arts, Henry Doorly Zoo (Omaha), Impact Outdoors, INRCG, Inclusion Connection, Iowa Department of Transportation, ISWEP, Kiwanis Rough Risers, McElroy Trust, Prairie Rapids Audubon Society, Project Search, REAP, Silos and Smokestacks Natural Heritage Area, Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, TPC, University of Northern Iowa, UNI Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services, Volunteer Center, Waterloo Cedar Falls Community School District (Urban Youth Corps), Waterloo Center for the Arts and Friends of the Arts, Waterloo Community Foundation, Catherine Livingston Fund at the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa
"The closer the young are kept to nature, the better and happier men and women they will become."
-John C. Hartman