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!



Mon 26

Camp Redwing

July 26 @ 9:00 am - July 30 @ 3:00 pm CDT
Thu 29

Camp Ducktails

July 29 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am CDT
Aug 02

Camp Redwing

August 2 @ 9:00 am - August 6 @ 3:00 pm CDT

3 days ago

Boone County Conservation District
It's #FunFactFriday ...today we thought we'd share a few fun facts on Moths for #NationalMothWeek 1. Moths Outnumber Butterflies by a 9 to 1 Ratio2. Most Moths Are Nocturnal, but Many Fly During the Day3. Male Moths Have a Remarkable Sense of Smell4. Some Moths Are Important Pollinators (including geometer moths, owlet moths, and sphinx moths {pictured})5. Some Moths Do Not Have Mouths6. Moths Use All Kinds of Tricks to Avoid Being Eaten7. Moths Are Attracted to Light Bulbs, Bananas, and Beer ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Boone County Conservation District
Wildlife Monitoring at BCCD:The goal of wildlife monitoring is to determine what species of wildlife are using BCCD sites.🐸The presence of sensitive species will determine how a site is managed.🐸Finding threatened and endangered species always guides management decisions. A major goal of the BCCD is to assist in the recovery of a species in peril.🐸Limited staff and resources make the need for volunteer help with this endeavor a must!🐸Staff and volunteers out in the field mean a more intimate knowledge of the site and its resources. This in turn provides a clearer picture of site assets and guides more informed site management.🐸Wildlife monitoring that is taking place on BCCD sites:✅Herps (Turtles, Frogs, Snakes, Salamanders)✅Fish✅Mussels✅Birds✅InsectsFor more details: www.bccdil.org ... See MoreSee Less
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