Nature Daze Helps Landowners Manage Their Property


Saturday, September 7
9:00am – 3:00pm
Camp Rancho Framasa
2230 Clay Lick Road
Nashville, IN 47448

Nature Daze is an outreach event sponsored by the Brown County Native Woodlands Project to help landowners better understand the importance of managing their property to create resilient native habitat free of invasive plants. Activities for the day include talks and interpretive hikes led by resource professionals, a native plant sale, a children’s program focused on entomology, great door prizes and a free picnic-style barbecue lunch. Spend the day learning, exploring and having fun at Camp Rancho Framasa located in the beautiful hills of Brown County!

Invited Speakers

Rob Chapman—Extension Wildlife Specialist, Purdue University

Jesse Moore—Field Steward, The Nature Conservancy

Chris Neggers—Forester, The Nature Conservance

Steve Russell—Interim President, Hoosier Mushroom Society

Dan Shaver—Acting Forest Bank Operations Manager, The Nature Conservancy

Tom Swinford—Regional Ecologist, Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Tom Turpin—Professor, Insect Outreach, Purdue University

Rafael—Vega District Conservationist, Natural Resources Conservation Service

Dawn York—Morgan-Monroe State Forest

For more information and to register for this FREE event


Call: 812-988-2211


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