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Meet Denis Conover, UC Professor at the Department of Biological Sciences, for a spring hike at Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum. Denis will help us identify and learn about our native trees and shrubs. Since bird migration is beginning to pick up, we'll keep our eyes and ears out for any migrating warblers and local bird residents that we might see too!Find out more »
Join Carol Trosset at the woods of her childhood home to learn the history of her parents wildflower rescue efforts, the detailed records kept by her mother about this 1 acre property starting from the 1950's that tell us what a difference a wooded acre can make to wildlife in the city. These records also indicate the changing bloom times of our native species over the years due to climate change. Select native wildflowers are currently being moved to Gorman…Find out more »
This 11th annual native plant conference is held each year at the Bergamo Center in Dayton, Ohio. The 2019 conference is sold out. Visit www.midwestnativeplants.org to sign-up for alerts to other workshops and the conference to be held in 2020. The Annual Native Plant and Artisan Sale is held on Saturday, July 28 and is free and open to the public from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. For more information, visit: http://midwestnativeplants.org/annual-native-plant-artisan-sale/.Find out more »
Since its opening in August 2008, the Fernald Preserve has offered the public a variety of services including trails, nature and history programs for all ages, a community meeting room, and educational outlets like the Cold War Era museum.Remediated and restored wetland and grassland areas can be seen through the center’s panoramic viewing windows. Trail access and a shaded, outdoor shelter are right outside its doors.The site’s visitors center is open Wednesday through Saturday, and the 7 miles of walking…Find out more »
Share a complimentary Sunday lunch with Debi Wolterman in her Lebanon Ohio yard, exploring a suburban yard that is designed to redefine what is “normal landscaping”. You will see a wide variety of native plants growing in diverse communities (wetland, mini-meadow, woods) ensuring food and shelter for many creatures throughout all the seasons. Monarchs are certain to be visiting the milkweed and other flowers in her yard; therefore, we will capture, tag, and release them for their long journey to…Find out more »
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