In order to continue the good work of the Western Wildlife Corridor, your membership support is needed. Please print, then fill out the following form and mail it to the Western Wildlife Corridor along with your tax-deductible contribution today. By becoming a member of the Western Wildlife Corridor, you can help us preserve and protect our wooded hillsides and greenspace.
Please send completed form to:
Western Wildlife Corridor, Inc.
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“The Earth laughs in flowers.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Join our celebration of Spring as WWC presents the 9th annual Flower-a-thon on Saturday, April 27th. This years “wildflower quest” includes a flexible menu of nature walks, food and fun for the whole family. Our veteran wildflower enthusiasts will guide you to woodland sites adrift with native species including Shooting star, Drooping trillium, Blue-eyed Mary and many others. This is also an excellent opportunity for you to see some of the many WWC nature preserves.
Join us at 8 a.m. for a Panera bagel breakfast at Embshoff Park and a wildflower walk. We will be then taking wildflower hunting walks at other locations iincluding our beautiful Delshire Preserve. A 1 p.m. walk on “Bender Mountain” trail will give you an opportunity to observe, not only beautiful native wildflowers, but also panaoramic views of the Ohio River Valley and Kentucky hillsides. After meeting on Bender Road, we will also hike at other great locations in the afternoon.
To round out the day please join us at EarthConnection, on the campus of Mount St. Joseph College, at 5 p.m. to enjoy a lasagna buffet . A wildflower presentation will be given by Denis Conover, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Cincinnati. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you on April 27th!
A $15 fee pays for the breakfast and the evening dinner.
This is our biggest fund raiser of the year! Donations will enable us to continue our important mission to purchase, preserve and protect precious hillside habitat along the Ohio River now, and for future generations. For more information on this event (e.g., reservations, donations and accessibility) please call: 513-922-2104.
For more information on our WWC mission, project
s and activities please visit our website: www.westernwildlifecorridor.org
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