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October 2019

Autumn Tree Walk at Spring Grove Arboretum

October 12 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Spring Grove Cemetery & Arboretum, 4521 Spring Grove Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45232 United States
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Join native tree and shrub expert Dr. Denis Conover to discover the wonderful world of trees at Spring Grove Cemetery. This is a beautiful time to explore the Arboretum, and we will visit some of  the champion trees too. We will be sure to visit the estimated 250 year old  White Oak, Quercus alba, that shades famous botanist and activist Lucy E. Braun and her sister Annette Braun,a celebrated entomologist. Both are buried under this magnificent tree.  Denis will teach…

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November 2019

Joint program with Audubon Society of Ohio

November 18 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Winton Woods Visitor Center, 10245 Winton Road
Cincinnati, OH 45231 United States
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Because nearly 85% of the U.S. is privately owned, our private properties are an opportunity for long-term conservation if we design them to meet the needs of the life around us. Native Plants are for the Birds the story of a garden with Nan & Mark Plunkett According to recent studies, residential yards are one of the most undervalued and overlooked ecosystems. This is ironic as privately owned residential landscapes account for as much as half of the green space…

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December 2019

Winter Walk and Holiday Party

December 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Fernald Nature Preserve, 7400 Willey Rd
Hamilton, OH 45013 United States
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Please join us at Fernald  Nature Preserve and Conference Center for a naturalist led walk by Penny Borgman starting at 2:30, followed by our annual holiday party. We will stroll through winter fields and forests of native plants and learn about the importance of seeds and shelter in the winter. We'll also look at the wildlife that use  them for food and protection during colder months, especially our winter resident birds.  Binoculars helpful. Afterwards, join us for sandwiches, chips and drinks…

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