The Three Rivers Conservation Foundation was formed on October 10, 1997, for the purpose of providing additional financial support to the Lee County Conservation Board.


  LCCB - Three Rivers Conservation Foundation

The Three Rivers Conservation Foundation was formed on October 10, 1997, for the purpose of providing additional financial support to the Lee County Conservation Board. Increased demands for conservation and recreation activities require additional funding. The Three Rivers Conservation Foundation was formed to meet this need. The Foundation allows people to make a tax-deductible donation for the support of projects that otherwise would not be possible.

The goal of the Foundation will be to provide an endowment to the Lee County Conservation Board to aid in the Board’s efforts to meet increasing demands on conservation and recreation in the county. The Foundation will endeavor to raise $1.5 million dollars to provide this assistance. You can become a contributing member to the Three Rivers Conservation Foundation and provide your support for improved conservation in Lee County.

You can make a tax-exempt donation to the Three Rivers Conservation Foundation:
Contributing Member ($10-$99)
Supporting Member ($100-$499)
Sustaining Member ($500-$999)
Life Member ($1000)

Make check payable to:
   Three Rivers Conservation Foundation
and mail to:
   2652 Hwy 61
   Montrose, IA, 52639

The Three Rivers Conservation Foundation is now a member of both the North Lee County Community Foundation and the Keokuk Area Community Foundation. You may also make a donation through these Community Foundations.

A contribution to the Three Rivers Conservation Foundation can do a great deal for conservation in Lee County. The Lee County Conservation Board is charged with the responsibility of managing county parks and wildlife areas, providing conservation education for the public, assisting with habitat improvement on private lands and providing for the recreational need of the people of Lee County. Your contribution can purchase equipment or materials to help improve existing parks, buy seed or trees to help improve wildlife habitat, assist with materials needed in educational programming or help with the purchase of a unique natural area. All of these are programs that you can support with your contribution.

The Foundation will also accept bequests. Arrangements can be made with your attorney and the Foundation. If you have other questions about the Foundation, or if you would like to specify how your money could be used please call Tom Buckley at the Lee County Conservation Office.



Agenda's and Minutes from the Three Rivers Foundation
Agenda's and Minutes from the Three Rivers Foundation
April Foundation Agenda
April 2014 Foundation Minutes                         
June Foundation Agenda
June 2014 Foundation Minutes
July 2014 Foundation Minutes
August Foundation Agenda
September 2014 Foundation Minutes
October Foundation Agenda
October 2014 Foundation Minutes
December Foundation Agenda
December 2014 Foundation Minutes
February 2015 Foundation Minutes
April 2015 Foundation Agenda
April 2015 Minutes
June 2015 Agenda
August 2015 Agenda
October 2015 Agenda
December 2015 Agenda
June 2015 Minutes
August 2015 Minutes



THREE RIVERS CONSERVATION FOUNDATION BOARD

Harry Sylvester President   Ernie Schiller, Director
William Mullan, Secretary/Treasurer    Mary Moore, Director 
John Schuldt, Director    Mike Thimmesch, Director
Ed Kircher, Director    vacant
Mary VanPelt Director Thomas Hutchcroft, Director
       
The Three Rivers Conservation Foundation has bird feeders for sale.
You can pick one up at the LCCB Office for $7.00 each. 

Time on your hands? Enjoy volunteering?
Give back to the community by volunteering to work with our naturalists at one of their many programs you will have fun and learn lots too! Call 319-463-7673 and ask for Mary or Clay.



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