Key Cities Conservation Club  
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, and to plan and carry out projects to create an abundance of wildlife, to hold events with an emphasis on education for adults and children in shooting, archery, angling, casting, conservation and such other activities as the board of directors may deem proper, obedience for the game and fish laws of this state and the United States.

RANGE CLOSINGS AND EVENTS/MEETINGS ARE POSTED ON THE Club cALENDAR page.

PRIVATE CLUB: GUESTS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON CLUB PROPERTY

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"It sure is a nice club. We met several members, and we couldn't ask for a nicer bunch."
-New members, Pam and Roger Barnlund

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Upcoming events

Hunting Dog Training Groups Being Formed

If you are interested in joining a group, please email 
info@keycitiesconservationclub.org

For more information about our training facilities, click on
Facilities - Dog Training.

2021 Spring Cleanup

April 11, 2021: Thanks to the member-volunteers who showed up to the Spring Cleanup, our club is looking good.  In addition to the general cleanup, we also managed to clear some trees from the berms and trap range, clean up the ditches on our portion of CR 26, and burn the field north of the archery ranges with the support of the Madison Lake Volunteer Fire Department.

Rifle Range Improvements

March 1, 2021:  A huge thank you to member-volunteers Mike Bales and Jeremy Geppert for installing new backing material on the 50 yd and 100 yd target stands. The new material replaces the snow fence and cardboard backers previously used.  It is made of material that won't absorb water and will allow targets to be pinned, stapled or taped to it. This should eliminate the use of cardboard as backers and reduce waste. 

MN Permit to Carry & Renewal Classes

Classes are being offered by River Valley Training at the club. Please email Rick Bruels at Rick@RiverValleyTraining.com or visit http://www.rivervalleytraining.com/ for more information. Times and dates have been posted on the KCCC website calendar.

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