Copy of Hamilton County Conservation
Hamilton County Conservation Community Survey
A word from Director, Brian Lammers: "Hamilton County Conservation is engaging in an updated future strategic plan. We are excited for you to be a part in helping determine and shape our future. Your participation is the only way we will know and understand what the public wants from their county parks, wildlife management areas, environmental education, and all the outdoor recreation opportunities that await you here in Hamilton County. We currently manage 16 areas encompassing over 2,000 acres. In April, 1919, Briggs Woods was given to the county as a park for the people. It was the first county park in Iowa and preceded the state park system by one year. The Briggs Family had the foresight to see the need for parks and recreation, and we want to continue that legacy with your input. Hamilton County is blessed with many natural resources. These continue to need protection and management for our enjoyment today and our future generations."
Please take five minutes to complete this survey.