2017 Spring Turkey Seasons Youth (Gun/Bow): Apr 8 – 16 Season 1 (Gun/Bow): Apr 17 – 20 Season 2 (Gun/Bow): Apr 21 – 25 Season 3 (Gun/Bow): Apr 26 – May 2 Season 4 (Gun/Bow): May 3 – 21 Resident Archery: Apr 17 – May 21 Hunters may purchase up to two spring turkey tags — at least one of the two tags must be for the fourth season (May 3-21).
Help us celebrate Earth Day! Gather your friends and join us for a fun night of painting. There will be a brief presentation before the event to celebrate Earth Day! You must register for this event with Creative Spirits, 712-336-8186, the cost is $35.00.
We are pleased to announce that the Little Sioux Valley Conservation Association is part of Thrivent Financial’s Thrivent Choice program. We are new to this program and have already benefitted by nearly $500 through the generosity of Thrivent members. By directing Choice Dollars, eligible Thrivent members can recommend which nonprofit organizations they feel should receive charitable funding through Thrivent. If you have Choice Dollars available to direct, please consider directing to the Little Sioux Valley Conservation Association. The funds that
Put those gardening catalogs to work after learning more about pollinator preferences. This program is a great way to welcome spring back to Iowa.
You won’t want to miss this annual festival! Enjoy watching eagles from the comfort of the center. There will be a special presentation by Ty Smedes featuring his latest book, “Iowa’s Wild Beauty” at 2:00 pm.
Fall is a spectacular time of year to visit the Prairie Heritage Center, join us for our annual Historical Fall Fest September 17, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Savor the colors of fall and explore our historical heritage. Enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride, fresh apple cider, games, crafts and more. This year there will be additional opportunities to help the center celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Prairie Heritage Center.
Soon you will be seeing a floating island near the newest fishing jetty at the southwest corner of Mill Creek Lake. The island will aid fish habitat by providing an area for smaller fish to congregate in the shade and root mass under the island. This will bring larger predatory fish such as bass close to the island and also close the fishing jetty.
Little Sioux! Although little is not the word we would use to describe her anymore. As you can tell she no longer has her cinnamon color, she is almost the same color of the other bison in the herd.
Bison Stampede Results: M – Under 13 Jasper Johnson 51:38 Dante Johnson 37:34 Hudson Oolman 33:39* M – 14-19 Tate Johnson 51.48 Caleb Rock 26:10 Lincoln Rock 25:11* M – 20-29 DJ McDonald 23.38 Mark Saunders 22:01 Andrew Lichter 20:56** M – 40-49 Darin Johnson 51:48 John Sells 38:48 Ryan Berg 24:03 John Rock 23:51 Anthony Peters 21:32* M – 50-59 Dave Stoll 48:28* M – Over 60 Leroy Liske 31:38* F – Under 13 Molly Hicks 30:42* F –
The guys have been busy adding roofs at the shooting range in Sheldon.