Basic information about Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation
including EIN and proof of 501c3 status is available at
This site includes the option of making an online donation.
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Night Hike - Owl Calling. 6:00pm
Learn the different owl calls and do some practice calling.
Then hike in Langwood Ed Center woods and end with hot chocolate.
More details go to
26. Youth Ice Fishing Derby 11:00 to 2:00
Learn the basics and try your hand at ice
fishing. At Langwood Ed Center - 14001 H Ave. Short
educational sessions, demonstrations and ice fishing derby.
Register by January 18th by calling 319-523-8381 or email
email@example.com. More information at
Extreme Adventures: Sub-Zero Survival. 11:00am to 2:00pm
thru 8th grade.
out to Langwood for a few hours of winter survival shelter
building. Then warm up with a campfire. Wear warm
clothing and in layers. Register by calling 319-523-8381
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 2. Wild Game Feed. 6:00pm
Wild Game Feed sponsored by Tri-Rivers
Conservation Foundation, Louisa County Ikes and Louisa County
Conservation. At Louisa County Ikes Clubhouse at
10892 County Road X61, Wapello, Iowa. Starting at 6:00 pm.
Free will donation. Come and enjoy quail,
pheasant, turtle, turkey elk, beaver, deer and fish. For
more information call 319-523-8381 or
Tri-Rivers RUSH auction. 6:30 to 9:00pm
annual Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation fund raiser to benefit
the Louisa County Interpretive Center. Come and enjoy live
and silent aucitons, raffle, appetizers and dessert buffet.
More information visit
March 2. Hike Wildcat Den. 10:00am
Wildcat Den State Park as we hike unique geological features
such as "Steamboat Rock", "Devil's Punch Bowl" and "Fat Man's
Squeeze". Bring a sack lunch, water bottle and dress in
layers. Registration required and limited to 13
children. To registar call 319-523-8381 or email