BCCD COVID-19 RESPONSE PLAN


  1. BCCD follows all Restore Illinois mitigations for Region 1.
  2. Everyone needs to practice social distancing – follow all Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) recommendations.
  3. Please bring your own hand sanitizer and use it before and after touching any surface, such as benches, tables, garbage containers, or other similar surfaces.
  4. Any limits imposed in our Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan apply to unvaccinated individuals only.
  5. If you plan to attend a Board of Trustees meeting of the Boone County Conservation District, please advise us of your attendance at least twenty-four hours in advance by calling our office at (815)547-7935. This is necessary to provide proper distancing of six feet to meet the requirements of the State of Illinois, during all public meetings.

          Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan

Updated 6/1/21

If you would like to donate to the Conservation District, please click on the button below. Your donations support our natural resource conservation projects and our many environmental education efforts. Thank you for your support of these vital programs!



BCCD COVID-19 RESPONSE PLAN

1. BCCD follows all Restore Illinois mitigations for Region 1.

2. Everyone needs to practice social distancing – follow all Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) recommendations.

3.Please bring your own hand sanitizer and use it before and after touching any surface, such as benches, tables, garbage containers, or other similar surfaces.

4. Any limits imposed in our Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan apply to unvaccinated individuals only.

5. If you plan to attend a Board of Trustees meeting of the Boone County Conservation District, please advise us of your attendance at least twenty-four hours in advance by calling our office at (815)547-7935. This is necessary to provide proper distancing of six feet to meet the requirements of the State of Illinois, during all public meetings.

Updated 6/1/21
Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan

If you would like to donate to the Conservation District, please click on the button below. Your donations support our natural resource conservation projects and our many environmental education efforts. Thank you for your support of these vital programs!



Thu 28

IDA’s Explorers at Spencer

October 28 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm CDT
Nov 06

Flute Workshop

November 6 @ 9:00 am - November 7 @ 2:30 pm CDT

24 hours ago

Boone County Conservation District
We had 13 volunteers out to help clean up and maintain the Hammertime Unleashed Dog Park at Beaver Bluffs Conservation Area.We picked up trash & cut out invasive plants. Check out the before and after photos of the brush cleared near the well. We also had 2 Golden Pooper Scooper winners Jaxson and Julia!Thank you all for helping to maintain the dog park!We also handed out some Trick-or-Treat bags with treats donated by our friends from The Pound Bakery at Pedigree Ovens! We had some extra happy dogs! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Boone County Conservation District
Thanks to our Dog Park dogs and their owners, we hit over 300 tags sold for the Hammertime Unleashed Dog Area!Chewy and owner Ashley purchased dog tag number 300 and are already enjoying the time spent at the Dog Park.A gift certificate to a dog-focused business is on its way out to thank them for purchasing their tag!Don’t forget dog tags are required to use the Hammertime Dog Park at Beaver Bluffs Conservation Area.We are selling half-season dog tags for the remainder of the year. You can get your dog tag at the BCCD office at 603 N. Appleton Rd. or online here:www.bccdil.org/hammertime-unleashed-dog-area-registration-form/ ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Boone County Conservation District
In Boone County many large Oak trees dot the landscape. If you pay close attention you will notice most of these oaks are of substantial size and age. Young oak trees do not exist in enough numbers to replace our large oaks when it is time. The BCCD is managing a portion of its lands to promote oak regeneration. #OAKtober ... See MoreSee Less
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OUR MISSION

To preserve and manage natural areas and open spaces for ecological, educational and recreational benefits of present and future generations.