Eighty-three of Iowa's 99 counties have established County Conservation Boards. County park areas, river access sites, wildlife areas and roadside parks in that order lead the list in numbers developed to date. Polk, Linn, and Black Hawk counties lead the list in area available with 2544, 2275, and 1952 acres respectively. Special safeguards are urged for administration of lands preserved for scientific purposes.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Ennis, J. Harold
"Some Matters of Concern in the County Conservation Program in Iowa, With Special Reference to Land Use,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 71(1), 212-216.
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