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Can I pick flowers out of the prairie?
No, State Code 461A.41 prohibits the collection or defacement of plants, flowers, or fruits. However, we do permit you to harvest fruits, nuts, berries, and mushrooms as long as you do not hurt the parent plant.

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1. Can I dig wildflowers out of the ditch?
2. Can I pick flowers out of the prairie?
3. Can I ride an ATV in Story County Conservation areas?
4. Can I snowmobile in Story County Conservation areas?
5. Can I target / trap shoot on county areas?
6. Can I use a tree stand on SCC areas?
7. Do I have to use non-toxic shot in any of the public hunting areas?
8. How big do bass have to be before I can keep them?
9. How do I reserve a shelter?
10. How do I remove a wild animal from my property?
11. I know that Peterson Park is Bow and Shotgun only, but can I use a black powder gun?
12. Is a keg of beer allowed in a county park?
13. Is paintball allowed in public hunting areas or parks?
14. What if I want to have a large event in a SCC area?
15. What is supervised youth camping?
16. Where can I camp?
17. Where can I let my dog run / swim free?
18. Where do you allow horses?
19. Why are beach hours different from park hours?