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June 2022

Reforest Our City Tree Watering Work Days

June 6 @ 9:30 am - September 14 @ 12:00 pm

Our tree team needs help providing love and care to our newly planted trees! Volunteers will be playing a vital role in helping the Reforest Our City team keep over 600 trees on over 35 planting sites surviving and thriving. You will also help us increase our productivity and capacity so that we can continue to expand our impact on the city’s tree canopy. The key responsibilities of these volunteers will be to help maintain and manage tree planting sites…

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August 2022

Field Exploration: Little Beaver Creek

August 12 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Join us as we get our feet wet and explore Little Beaver Creek. Our leaders for this excursion are experts in their fields and will guide us as we survey the riverine habitat of a property recently protected by the Land Conservancy. Hellbender, Spring Salamander, Variegate Darter and many interesting ferns have been found on this natural area. NOTE: This trip will be strenuous. Participants should plan to get their feet wet as we wade and investigate this site. Event…

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Zoom into Nature: Goldenrods & Asters

August 23 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us virtually for the presentation “Late Summer & Fall Plantings to Aid Pollinators & Migratory Species” with Judy Semroc. This program will discuss planting options for attracting and aiding migratory species and late season pollinators. It is especially important for our insect species to get enough food in order to make it through the Winter, so what we plant and cultivate can help them reach this goal. Natural history and plant attributes will be presented. Goldenrods, Asters and other…

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November 2022

Field Exploration: Owls of Kelleys Island

November 3 - November 4

Join us for a unique overnight experience on Kelleys Island. Participants will join naturalist Judy Semroc and master bird bander Tom Bartlett at a banding station on the Island for an evening with the owls. These diminutive owls will provide a memorable and informative nature outing. There is never a guarantee of seeing owls, but historically this is the best time of year to try. On Friday morning, we’ll explore the properties protected by the Land Conservancy on the Island—which…

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