Dallas County Conservation hits pause on spring programs

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Blooming trilliums are among the natural wonders seen on the grounds of the Dallas County Conservation Board parks and nature and wildlife areas. Photo courtesy Dallas County Conservation Board

Effective immediately, the Dallas County Conservation Board is pausing its public programming indefinitely, the board announced Monday.

“As the department moves forward with additional information and guidelines regarding the Coronavirus, we will adjust,” said Dallas County Conservation Board Director Mike Wallace.

The administrative office at Forest Park Museum in Perry remain open, and the public outdoor areas remain open for now. The spring flowers are starting to sprout, and early bird migrants are moving through. With thousands of acres and miles of trail, social distancing is encouraged.

Nature lovers can follow the Dallas County Conservation Board on social media for updates and environmental education content.

For more information, contact the Dallas County Conservation Board office at 515-465-3577 or conservation@dallascountyiowa.gov.

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