Archives: January 2012

  • Volunteers Sought for Urban Flora Research

    Dr. Rebecca Dolan is looking for volunteers to assist in urban flora research project. She writes: “I am looking for volunteers to help me gather data on plant functional traits as part of an international research project investigating what sorts of wild plants are able to survive in cities.  “The work involves reference book and…

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  • Virtual Book Club on Biodiversity—An Invitation

    If you were collecting a library of essential works on conservation, ecology, and biodiversity, what books would you include? My sister Rosemary and I have been talking about this from the standpoint of what a well-read citizen activist’s life list of books would include. We’ve started with a few of our favorite titles: A Sand…

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  • Central Chapter Annual Icebreaker Set

    Sunday, February 12, 2012, 2:00-5:00 pm INPAWS Members: Shake off the winter blahs by enjoying refreshments and conversation with fellow members. If you have friends thinking about joining, please invite them to attend and introduce them to Central Indiana’s great INPAWS members. Drinks will be provided. Bring a snack, appetizer, or dessert. Icebreaker will be at the…

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  • Central Chapter Forms Team to Fight Invasives

    INPAWS Central Chapter is reactivating the Invasives Swat Team, which was not active in 2011.  This group takes part in invasive removal efforts at parks and nature preserves in central Indiana, mostly in the Indianapolis area.  In the past, volunteer days have been organized at Eagle Creek, Holliday Park and Woolen’s Gardens (Indy Parks), Glick…

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