Protecting and Preserving the Ohio River Corridor

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The Annual Holiday Party was a lot of...

The Annual Holiday Party was a lot of fun and we had the best turn out ever!
A lovely buffet, cocktails and the white elephant exchange all added to our Holiday cheer. President Tim Sisson updated the crowd on all the success this year in land procurement and announced upcoming events including the Wildflower Festival on April 11, 2014. All in all we had a very successful year preserving and protecting nature in the W [...]

What We Do….

What We Do….
     

7th Annual Wildflower Festival a Succ...

7th Annual Wildflower Festival a Success
Here is a pictorial account of nature loving families enjoying flowers, food and fun at the Western Wildlife Corridors Wildflower Festival on April 6th at the College of Mount Saint Joseph on the Ohio. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; wid [...]

New Property Acquired-Buckeye Trace i...

New Property Acquired-Buckeye Trace in Sayler Park
Due to the dogged determination of our fearless leader we now own the Buckeye Trace Property!   Read about the acquisition of this great property in this  Delhi Press story: The Western Wildlife Corridor has secured its 10th property with the purchase of 15.7 acres at 6446 Hillside Avenue in Sayler Park. The nonprofit, which has a mission [...]

Winter Wonderland in The Delshire Pre...

Winter Wonderland in The Delshire Preserve
The 13.4 acre Delshire Preserve was created in 1996 and is owned by the Western Wildlife Corridor. Read about how this preserve came to be here The Delshire Preserve is bound by Cloverhill Terrace on the North, Hillside Ave. on the south, the cul-de-sacs of Eagle Point, Redstar and Fairdale on the East and Fiest Manor, Gertrude Rose and Delh [...]

Harbinger of Spring!

Harbinger of Spring!
I found this wildflower blooming at the Beekley Preserve this past Thursday – January 17! BTW, as I type this two Red Shouldered Hawks are circling over my yard. Maybe they’ll nest here as they did a few years ago…Tim Sisson, President WWC

New Buckeye Trace Property!

New Buckeye Trace Property!
PRESIDENT’S JOURNAL By Tim Sisson After six years of trying, Western Wildlife Corridor has signed an agreement to buy an absolutely gorgeous property in Sayler Park. This property is exactly the kind of land that we were founded to protect; 15.7 acres of mature forest in the Ohio River valley. It sits on the hillside above Hillside Avenue a b [...]

We are pleased to share artwork by Sa...

We are pleased to share artwork by Sally Sisson Anderson, our Artist in Residence.
This print will be available during the raffle at the Wildflower Festival this year scheduled for Friday, April 5th from 6-9pm at College of Mount St. Joseph. Save the date!!!

Western Wildlife Corridor-20 Years an...

Western Wildlife Corridor-20 Years and Growing