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Enjoy our podcast over perennial food systems and all the benefits that arise from them!https://www.kcur.org/2021-10-15/midwest-farmers-are-beginning-to-make-money-by-swapping-chestnuts-for-row-crops - Chestnut Farmer story.https://www.redfernfarm.com/ - Fruit and nut treeshttps://nursery.iowadnr.gov/ - Native Shrubs and Treeshttp://www.twisted-tree.net/ - Air pruning beds and plant propagation.
Episode 22: Outdoors Skills Lab - The Art of Hand Splitting Firewood
Join Iowa County Conservation staff for a new series in the Iowa Nature Notes podcast, call Outdoor Skills Lab. In this series we will cover a wide range of topics about how you can get started doing new outdoor activities. In this episode Cecilia and Mary will discuss winter survival skills. Check-out the Iowa County Conservation YouTube channel for a related video to this topic. And join Cecilia for an in-person program on February 21st from 1-3pm at Lake Iowa Park to practice these survival skills. Pre-registration is required to chagen@co.iowa.ia.us.
Join Iowa County Conservation staff for a new series in the Iowa Nature Notes podcast, call Outdoor Skills Lab. In this series we will cover a wide range of topics about how you can get started doing new outdoor activities. In this episode we discuss how to get started with hiking.
In this episode Chris Cecilia and Mary talk about current changes at Lake Iowa Park in the campground.
In this episode Mary ans Cecilia talk about ways to make you holiday a little more green!
In this episode Mary and Cecilia talk about a recent workshop they attended, and why these work trainings are important to stay relevant and current for their jobs.
In this episode Mary and Cecilia talk about the importance of planting fall native nectar plants
Join Mary, Cecilia, and Chris to learn about how they got into their conservation field, as well as tips and advice if you would like to go that path with your career!
Today we discuss Mary's recent vacation to Mexico, where she visited two Monarch butterfly sanctuaries.
In this episode Mary, Ceci and Chris discuss their favorite birds & birding moments as well as New Years Resolutions for a fitter you.
In the months episode Chris, Mary, and Cecilia talk about what Iowa animals do during the winter.
In this episode Mary, Ceci, Shelley, & Chris talk about what they like about Fall time.
In this episode Mary, Ceci & Chris talk about Halloween themed "Unhuggable" animals- Snakes, spiders & bats. Then they discuss what scares them in the woods.
In this episode of Iowa Nature Notes Mary and new Ranger/Naturalist Cecilia Hagen talk about Monarchs!
In this episode Mary and Emma talk about the Nurture's Fireworks including Bio-luminescence, Fireflies, Constellations / Planets, and lightning.
In today's episode Chris, Emma & Mary talk about the "riot of colors" that are Iowa's prairies in the summer.
In this episode Chris answers Naturalist Inter Emma's questions about honeybees.
Today Mary; the Naturalist interviews Chris; the Director about what it takes to make maple syrup in your own backyard.
In this months episode Chris; Executive Director, Mary; Naturalist & Phil; Ranger/Conservation Tech discuss Iowa's only predatory cat with breeding populations: the Bobcat! To learn more about Iowa County Conservation Board and Lake Iowa Park visit iowacountyconservation.org
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Austin Smith

Thank you for bringing up Harriers! I had seen an unfamiliar raptor on my property and couldn't figure it out. It was definitely a female Northern Harrier watching my pasture and the surrounding corn field.

Nov 20th
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