The goal of the Lee County Conservation Board is to encourage awareness and enjoyment of our Natural Resources by providing a better understanding of our environment. 

  Lee County, Iowa - Conservation

  LEE County Offices **CLOSED** to the public due to COVID-19 and public health concerns
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Press Release - LCCB Seeking Public Input with Online Survey
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Annual Report 2018-2019
Annual Report 2017-2018
Annual Report 2016-2017
Duck Blind Map
Press Release ~ Duck Blinds
Blind Party Registration Form
Blind Coordinates
Duck Blind Rules
Wilson Lake Cabins
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Click here to read "Reflections" of Wilson Lake Cabins
Shelter House Information
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The mission of the Lee County Conservation Board is to acquire, develop, maintain and provide the public access to a variety of areas that will meet the conservation, recreation and wildlife needs for the general well-being of those people while providing development and conservation of natural resources and improving citizenship through programs of education and recreation.

Lee County Conservation Board Members:
Name: From:
Board President –Tom Pollpeter Donnellson IA
Board Vice president –Liza Alton Donnellson IA
Board Member – Kristopher Hayes Keokuk IA
Board Member - William Mullan Ft. Madison, IA
Board Member -Kay Bartholomew Montrose IA
Lee County Conservation Board Meetings held 2nd Tuesday of the Month at time to be announced. in the Board’s
Office at:

Heron Bend
2652 Hwy 61
north of Montrose IA.

Meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome. These dates and times are subject to change. See LCCB Bylaws
CLICK HERE for meeting agendas and minutes

River Country Conversations
is a quarterly publication of the Lee County Conservation Board.

If you would like to receive our newsletter by mail,
please contact us at:

Lee County Conservation Board
2652 Highway 61
Montrose, IA 52639
Phone: 319-463-7673

Click on the links below for information about our programs!
Environmental Education Programs
Upcoming Events
 School Field Trips
 In-School Winter Programs
 Resources for Teachers
 Wild In Iowa Trunk Formm
Parks & RecreationParks & Recreation
  Cabins at Wilson Lake
  Cabin at Pollmiller Park
  Rules & Regulations
Wildlife Management Area Maps
  Amborn Pagin Wildlife Area
  Heron Bend Conservation Area
  North Heron Bend Conservation Area
  Sugar Creek Bottoms Conservation Area
  Turkey Run Wildlife Area
Live Healthy Lee County - Park Trail Guides
  Live Healthy Trail Guide
  Chatfield Park Trails
  Fort Madison Trails
  Heron Bend Trails
  Keokuk Trails
  Pollmiller Park Trails
  Wilson Lake Trails
  Maps of Parks
Wildlife Management Information
Three Rivers Conservation Foundation

*Lee County’s programs and facilities are consistent with pertinent federal and state laws and regulations on nondiscrimination regarding race color national origin religion sex age and handicap. If anyone believes they have been subjected to discrimination they may file a complaint alleging discrimination with the Lee County Conservation Board or the Office of Equal Opportunity U.S. Department of Interior Washington, DC 29240.
Lee County
Conservation Center

2652 Highway 61
Montrose, IA 52639

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Pollmiller Beach Hours
Click here for hours

Office Phone Number:

FAX Number:

Conservation Director:
Nathan Unsworth

Employees in the Conservation Office:

Connie J Clark-Hudson
Administrative Assistant

John Pawling, II
Operation Supervisor

Clint Oldfield
Park Ranger

Dustin Johnson
Wildlife Manager /
Park Ranger

Daniel Schreur
Conservation Technician

Clay Steele
EE Coordinator /

Stefanie Paeg

Conservation Forms:
Downloadable forms
used in the Conservation office


Conservation Links:

Links to all of Iowa's County
Conservation Boards

Iowa Department of Natural Resources

Iowa by Trail - Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation
Iowa Natural Resources Conservation Service

Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Burn where you buy, Buy where you burn.

Lee County Conservation Board does offer firewood for sale at all of our Campgrounds for $5.00 a bundle.

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Geo. M. Verityi - Keokuk

Cannon display - Keokuk

Bridge - Keokuk

Old Fort Madison