Past Events

  1. Jun 1, 2018 (All day)

    Friday, June 01 – Sunday, June 3, 2018 The Bee Course – Ohio’s Premier Pollinators Bee Ecology, Natural History, Conservation & Identification with bee experts, Olivia Carril, Author of Bees in Your Backyard & Denise Ellsworth, Ohio Bee and Pollinator Educator at the Ohio State University.  What to Bring:

  2. Jun 1, 2018 through Jun 2, 2018 (All day)

    Ohio Wetlands Association invites interested naturalists to join our effort to observe, discover and report on the diversity of all living things on the Coyote Run Farm. The owners of this property are devoted to protecting and restoring the habitat where they live and the land around them in perpetuity. OWA strongly supports their efforts. Wetland restoration projects are currently underway. Come for a little or the full two-day event. Early birding activities begin at 6am. After hours mothing, owling and {bat}ing will be supported by campfire.

  3. May 18, 2018 (All day)

    Thinking of pollinator habitat often conjures images of sunny fields full of native wildflowers. While this IS excellent habitat for many pollinators, so too is a diverse, sun-speckled woodland. Woodlands provide pollinators with nectar, pollen, shelter, and nesting sites, making them valuable - if not well-known - pollinator habitat. 

  4. May 15, 2018 (All day)

    Are you committed to enhancing your land for monarch butterflies?  Habitat Wanted Pollinator Partnership is calling for all landowners and managers with at least one acre of land in IL, IN, OH, MO, or AR who are committed to monarch conservation and long-term monarch habitat management to be a part of Monarch Wings Across The Eastern Broadleaf Forest!

  5. May 4, 2018 through May 6, 2018 (All day)

    The ever-popular Women’s Retreat, now in its 13th year, is a true Sanctuary tradition! Enjoy the company of other like-minded women and get back to nature in the way that suits you best – hiking, meditating, journaling, or getting a massage on a quiet deck under the canopy of trees. This retreat offers something rarely afforded in our busy lives – taking time out to relax as much as you wish, and participating in the many organized but optional activities. What to Bring:

  6. Apr 27, 2018 (All day)

    While the growth of cities and suburban areas can displace some wildlife, many species actually thrive in these areas. Viewing these species as they travel through your backyard can be enjoyable, but sometimes conflict arises—usually in the form of eaten plants, dug up bulbs, burrows under porches, or holes in the lawn. Fortunately, most wildlife damage can be managed with the right techniques and strategies.

  7. Apr 17, 2018, 6:30pm - 8:00pm

    Come meet like-minded people who are interested in and care about Brown’s Lake Bog Nature Preserve. Be part of a discussion around the formation of a volunteer “friends group” to support The Nature Conservancy’s efforts to steward this unique natural treasure. A friends group provides a mechanism for passionate citizens to volunteer their time, interest, experience and expertise and help define and advance common goals. Whether you enjoy rolling up your sleeves or prefer to stay indoors, there are plenty of opportunities to participate and lend your support!

  8. Apr 7, 2018 (All day)

    Learn how to bring back the chestnut through a morning workshop featuring presentations by TACF researchers, followed by a tour of nearby chestnut sites. These sites were developed through partnership with TACF, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, and US Army Corps of Engineers. Speakers include:

  9. Apr 1, 2018 through Jun 30, 2018 (All day)

    Thank you for volunteering to be part of the 2018 Ohio Bumble Bee queen survey! By submitting data on when and where bumble bee queens are nest-hunting and on what plants they are feeding, you are giving us important information on the status of bumble bees in Ohio and how to protect them. Healthy bumble bee populations start with queens. Bumble bee nests are annual, starting again each year from a new queen. In late March or April, queens emerge from their winter burrows underground and begin searching for nest sites, and then later collect pollen and nectar to feed their new brood.

  10. Mar 31, 2018 (All day)

    Registration followed by muffins, coffee, and tea, and homemade soup/salad/dessert for lunch. Four professional presentations!  Two keynotes by Melinda Myers with book signing! NEW How-to demonstrations Shana Byrd, director of land conservation at the Dawes Arboretum Steve Ross and Jennifer Kleinrichert- Rewilding: Land, Spirit, Life Over 30 vendors plus generous raffle items! Early Ticket prices are $40, and tickets at the door are $50.

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