Linn County Conservation manages 28 areas within the county that include over 100 miles of multi-use trails, 320 campsites, an observatory, a learning center, a modern shooting range, a historic schoolhouse, an arboretum, a watercraft rental facility and a learning center that offers high-quality educational programming for the benefit of the public. Linn County Conservation The county conservation program is supported by a property tax levy through the Board of Supervisors, user fees, state and federal grants, as well as gifts and donations.

Core Functions

  • Manages and maintains 28 areas in Linn County
  • Provides educational programming, both on and off site
  • Provides spaces for outdoor recreation and equipment rental
  • Administers the Linn County Water and Land Legacy Bonds
  • Oversees park facility rentals
  • Manages natural resources and land within the county, including prescribed burning, invasive species control and wildlife food plots

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