6th Annual Nature Daze September 8

Whether you own one acre or 500 acres, if managing your land has ever made you dazed and confused, come out and join us for an enlightening day at Camp Rancho Framasa in beautiful Brown County.

Resource professionals will be on hand to present information on identifying and controlling invasive plants, conservation options for landowners, gardening with native plants and nature photography.

Nature Daze is an outreach of the Brown County Native Woodlands Project in an effort to help landowners better understand the importance of managing their property to create resilient native habitat that is free of invasive plants.

Saturday, September 8, 2012
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Camp Rancho Framasa
2230 Clay Lick Road
Nashville, IN 47448

This year’s keynote will be given by Rebecca W. Dolan, PhD., Director, Friesner Herbarium, Butler University, “How Invasives Impact Biodiversity”.  Other presenters include:

Jeff Danielson – Brown County Photography
Ellen Jacquart – The Nature Conservancy Director of Northern Indiana Stewardship
Bill Freeman – Treasurer, Brown County Native Woodlands Project
Ruth Ann Ingraham – President, Brown County Native Woodlands Project
Ellen Jacquart – The Nature Conservancy Director of Northern Indiana Stewardship
Pam Janos – Nature Daze Committee Member
Duane McCoy – LTB Forester, IDNR Division of Forestry
Dan McGuckin – Owner, Habitat Solutions, Wildlife & Forest Management
Dan Shaver – Acting Forest Bank Operations Manager, The Nature Conservancy
Jane Savage – Master Gardner, BCNWP Board Member
Victor Shelton – NRCS Grazing Specialist, Agronomist

Plus there will be numerous activities for kids. 

View the details and register here: http://bcnwp.org/nature-daze.html

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