Community Programs Include:

The Warren County Conservation Board offers a variety of programs for community groups such as boy scouts, girl scouts, 4H groups, church groups, garden clubs, nursing homes and more. WCCB Naturalists can visit you or schedule a visit to one of our parks to study a wildlife topic, do a live animal program, earn an outdoor badge, take a nature hike, explore the nature center or more. Contact WCCB Environmental Education Coordinator Kelsey Longnecker at, for details and scheduling.

Click here for our program idea list.

Please note that we require a minimum of 10 participants for a small group programs on evenings.  Staff will consider presenting programs for less than 10 based on scheduling and a $25 program fee will be charged.

Public Programs Include:

Whether it’s hiking through the many acres of conservation land identifying prairie ecology, listening for the elusive creatures of the night, or simply enjoying a summer day of fishing and family, Warren County Conservation offers a variety of environmental education programs designed to help visitors connect with nature, develop a deeper appreciation for our natural world, and foster positive attitudes and actions toward the environment.

We offer annual programs for visitors of all ages to experience and enjoy. Please see the calendar for a listing of dates and times for all programs that are being offered.

Annual Programs Include:


– Rain Barrels
– Evening Prairie Burn
– Native Plant Sale
– Shinrin Yoku Forest Therapy


– Kids Fish Day
– Wild Women of the Woods
– Day Camps
– Paddleboarding
– Shinrin Yoku Forest Therapy
– Mud Day Celebration


– Prairie Picnic
– Halloween Hike


– Owl Prowl
– Snow Shoe Hikes