Protecting and Preserving the Ohio River Corridor

Posts by Ariannah Lambert

Stop by for our Nature Art Show!

Stop by for our Nature Art Show!
Still need to do your holiday shopping? Love Western Wildlife Corridor? Sop by our Nature Art Show to support our local artists and Western Wildlife Corridor this holiday season! We are having an art show about nature on November 23 from 3 PM to 6 PM at the KIRBY NATURE CENTER located at 2 Main Street, Addyston, near South Road and [...]

Harvest Home Fair was a success!

Harvest Home Fair was a success!
The magnificent Connie working our booth! This past weekend our wonderful volunteers set up shop at the Harvest Home Fair to spread the word about who we are and what we do. We wanted to give a shout out to our volunteer Richard Stoll for coordinating all of the volunteers and being apart of what made this event so successful. Great job t [...]

Nature Float

Nature Float
John Klein is organizing a 3 mile Nature Float down the Whitewater River to benefit the Western Wildlife Corridor on Sunday, Sept.15th beginning at 10:00 am. The cost is $24.75 +tax which includes your seat in a kayak or canoe, paddle, PFD and bus ride upstream. We plan to return to Green Acres by water by 1:00-1: 30 pm after a few stops on [...]

Harvest Home Fair

Harvest Home Fair
The Western Wildlife Corridor will have a booth at the Harvest Home Fair this Saturday, Sept. 7th from noon – 11:00 pm. Stop by and sign up for FREE hikes and events and get a free water bottle and Wild Flower seeds!

Invasive Workshop was a success!

Photo Credit: Tom Malone A few weekends ago, Wester Wildlife Corridor hosted an Invasive Plant Workshop that was open to the public. With a full house, great information, and a nice day we deem this event a success. We want to give a big thank you to Jason Brownknight and Tom Borgman for taking the time to speak and give a demonstration, [...]

Butterflies and the Changing Climate

Do you enjoy learning about butterflies and hearing current research? Then this is the event for you! Dr. Stephen F. Matter, Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati, Department of Biological Sciences, will cover the basics of climate change and the many ways both direct and indirect that climate change affects populations of the [...]