Archives: June 2016

  • Plant ID Experts Needed for Bioblitz June 18 & 19

    On Saturday, June 18th and Sunday, June 19th, The Friends of Goose Pond and the Indiana Academy of Science are hosting a bioblitz at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area in Greene County near the city of Linton, Indiana. The primary aim of the bioblitz is to continue to gather baseline information concerning the flora…

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  • Check Out Eco Logic’s Native Plant Nursery

    From the Eco Logic Staff: Saturday June 18th from 9-4 will be Eco Logic’s Native Plant Nursery’s last 2016 Spring Plant Sale.  A portion of the profits from this sale will go to benefit Sycamore Land Trust.  https://sycamorelandtrust.org/Events/eco-logic-plant-sale/ There is still a good selection of the majority of all our perennials, including Swamp, Butterfly, Common…

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  • Indiana Loses Conservation Advocate Fr. Damian Schmelz

    DNR, NRC officials pay tribute to Fr. Damian Schmelz DNR Director Cameron F. Clark and others paid tribute today to Rev. Damian Schmelz, a Catholic priest and Indiana conservation advocate, scientist, and educator who died Sunday at St. Meinrad Archabbey in southern Indiana.   “Indiana has lost an environmental gem,” Clark said. “You’d be hard-pressed to…

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  • NATIVE PLANT GROUP TAKES ROOT IN NORTHEAST INDIANA

    New INPAWS Chapter Creates Opportunities for Conservation, Stewardship, and Study FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, May 31, 2016—The Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society (INPAWS) announces the formation of a new regional chapter: Northeast INPAWS (NEINPAWS). The INPAWS state organization officially recognized the new regional chapter in May 2016. NEINPAWS serves Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Noble, Steuben,…

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