O'Brien County Conservation Board memorials and gifts have enhanced many O'Brien County Conservation Board properties and facilities. These guidelines will provide the structure for sustainability and maintenance of site-appropriate amenities so as not to detract from the visual esthetics of the surrounding natural environment or place an undue burden on the County.
Grey with black mountings. A 38" square top and a bench on each side made from 100% recycled plastic.
Plaque insert reads: In Memory of "John Smith" in Gold with a black background.
Grey with black mountings. A 6' tabletop with side benches made form 100% recycled plastic. Handicap options are available.
Plaque insert reads: In Memory of "John Smith" in Gold with black background.
Brown with steel colored legs. Made from 100% recycled plastic.
Inscription reads: In Memory of "John Smith" in yellow lettering.
Contributions for trees are gratefully accepted and are used to purchase, plant, and maintain trees throughout the park system.
Memorial tree requests are accepted year round; however trees are only planted in the spring or fall to maximize young tree health and development.
Tree selection is based on location and tree species diversity.
Ways to support O'Brien County Conservation
The Little Sioux Valley Conservation Association was founded in 1993 with the goal of raising funds for the development and enhancement of environmental education and conservation projects within O’Brien County and the surrounding communities. The Little Sioux Valley Conservation Association is recognized as a fully qualified not-for-profit organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax deductible. Your support of our mission is always welcome. Here are some ways that you can help: MONETARY OR IN-KIND donations toward the Prairie Heritage Center's programs and missions. You are also invited to support our mission by volunteering your time or attending our activities!
Prairie Heritage Center
The Prairie Heritage Center was built in 2006. Ways to donate include monetary, your time and current needs of the center. Contact the Prairie Heritage Center at 712-295-7200 or email@example.com for more details.