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Key Cities Conservation Club
Education Projects

If you are interested in helping with any of these projects, please email info@keycitiesconservationclub.org and request more information and we'll put you in touch with the project leader.


4-H meets at our club on Tuesday evenings. If you have a child interested in becoming involved with 4-H, please send an email to info@keycitiesconservationclub.org

Hunting Dog Training

A well trained hunting dog will help its hunting partner conserve game.  Our members meet to share training techniques, help each other train our dogs and to educate members that are new to training hunting dogs. Training Days, when we meet as an organized group, are posted on our calendar. Members are able to organize their own training sessions and use the facilities whenever it's convenient for them and the facilities are available.


Key Cities Conservation Club members who are DNR Certified Volunteer Safety Instructors lead Firearms Safety classes at our club. This class is required for students wishing to obtain a MN Firearms Safety Certificate.  For anyone born after 1980, this certificate is required to obtain a MN hunting license.

For more information press the link below.

MN Hunter
Education & Safety

We host MN Permit to Carry Courses that are taught by Rick Brules - a lifetime member of Key Cities Conservation Club and past member of our Board of Directors.  For more information, see 
http://www.rivervalleytraining.com/


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Key Cities Conservation Club is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation. The purpose of this corporation is to create a fraternal spirit among sportsmen and sportswomen, harmonize their interests, unify their action, and solidify them into an association working toward definite ends: specifically the propagation and conservation of game and fish and the equitable harvesting of the surplus; to plan and carry out projects to create an abundance of wildlife; to hold events, with an emphasis on education in shooting, archery, angling, hunting dog training and conservation, and other activities as the board of directors may deem proper.

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