Today our President Tim Sisson, Board Secretary Mary Perkins and Board member John Klein accepted a check for $2,000 to create a “Pollinator Prairie” at our New Kirby Nature Preserve and Center.
The check was awarded by Oxbow board member Velda Miller and Jon Seymour President of Oxbow Inc.
(Photo L to R: Jon Seymour, Velda Miller [...]
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Sunday, January 31, 2 pm
Winter Adventure Hike
Shake off the winter blahs by joining our annual winter hike. Meet at the bar [...]
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Western Wildlife Corridor hike with President Tim Sisson
Place –Kirby Nature Preserve
Date – Wednesday, October 14
Time – 9am to about noon
I was thinking of doing something a little different Wednesday. First we’ll hike the slope above the house to check out the fall colors (for an hour or so). Then we’ll do some easy upkeep on the out [...]
We are are currently in the process of building the Kirby Nature Center And Preserve targeted to open in Addyston Ohio in April of 2016. If you would like to learn more about our exciting plans and/or help us by making a donation, please click the link below for more information.
What: Great Outdoor Weekend Hike
When: Saturday, September 26, 9:30 am and 10 am
Where: Bender Mountain
For this annual fall event, WWC is hosting two hikes at Bender Mountain – strenuous and moderate. The strenuous hike will start at 9:30 am with a climb through a beautiful forest on our Eagle Scout Trail. At the top we will be treated to a [...]
We invite you to enroll in the Krogers Community Rewards program.
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In the spirit of “Green Living” we have decided to recycle, reuse and rehab the house on the New Kirby Nature Preserve to be repurposed as the Kirby Nature Center. This represents an exciting new era for the WWC. The Nature Center will be our first ever home office and the hub of our activities and future events. We are in the [...]
The hard work of WWC volunteers doesn’t end with the good weather. OUR continuing habitat and trail rehabilitation projects sometimes provide a wonderful woodland discovery…..Our President Tim Sisson recently found these cool signs of critters in the corridor and reports one very lucky find…….
“John Klein found [...]