Protecting and Preserving the Ohio River Corridor

Calendar

Fall 2014

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Events

 

Sunday, April 12, 2 pm
Wildflower Hike
Delshire Preserve

This preserve is gorgeous in the spring! Hillsides here are carpeted with many species of beautiful spring wildflowers. For more on this event, which is also a “tune-up” for participants in our Flower-a-thon, contact Tim at 513.922.2104.

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Friday, April 17, 6 pm to 9 pm
Ninth Annual Wildflower Festival
Mount St. Joseph University

Have fun and learn about nature. This family event will feature a wildflower plant sale, hand-crafted items for sale, a painting class, displays by local environmental organizations, and activities for children. Contact Rebecca at 859.512.1983 to learn more about this enjoyable event or to inquire about participating.

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Saturday, April 25, half day or all day
Eleventh Annual Flower-a-thon

This will be a great chance for you to learn about the wildflowers of our region by hiking through the forests and listening to presentations by experts. See article in this newsletter for more details. Contact Tim at 513.922.2104 for more information.

 

 

 


 

Habitat restoration and trail work

 

Saturday, March 28, 10 am to noon
Habitat restoration at Whitetail Woods
Leader: John at 513.941.4877.
We will be clearing honeysuckle from this preserve in Sayler Park.

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Saturday, April 11, 9 am to noon
Trail construction or habitat restoration at
the new nature preserve
Leader: Tim at 513.922.2104.

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Saturday May 2, 9 am to noon
Habitat restoration
Shady Lane Preserve

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Saturday May 16, 9 am to noon
House renovation or Habitat restoration
Kirby Nature Preserve

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Saturday May 30, 9 am to noon
Habitat restoration
Buckeye Trace

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Saturday June 13, 9 am to noon
Habitat restoration
Whitetail Woods

 


In addition, one or more of us usually winds up going to a preserve a couple of mornings during the week to take a walk and while they are there, they just can’t help whacking some honeysuckle. If you would like to join one of these walks, please call (513.922.2104) or email Tim Sisson and he’ll let you know when and where to meet.

For more information visit the Volunteer opportunities page.