The conservation board maintains areas totaling over 900 acres that are managed as wildlife habitat areas with little if any development on site. These relatively small areas provide much needed shelter, food sources, and nesting cover for a variety of wildlife indigenous to Webster County. These areas act as oasis in the surrounding sea of row crops and treeless landscape so prevalent in most of the Midwest. The areas are left as undisturbed as possible with only additional tree and shrub plantings and food plot establishments as ongoing developments.
To find out more about an individual area, click
Webster County Conservation Natural Areas Brochure