Posts by: Wendy Ford

  • Dec. 9-10 Invasive Plant Symposium Agenda Set

    This just in from Ellen Jacquart regarding the 2015 MIPN Invasive Plant Symposium, December 9-10… The agenda is out for the Midwest Invasive Plant Network (MIPN) Invasive Plant Symposium!  See the flyer for the details, but let me hit a few of the highlights for you: You’ll hear everything you need to know on the best…

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  • Plan for State Forests Criticized

    From our conservation partners at Indiana Forest Alliance, this letter suggests INPAWS members should weigh in by writing to the DNR Department of Forestry… September 14, 2015 Dear Friend, The Division of Forestry has released a new Strategic Plan for our state forests that will continue the unprecedented increase in commercial logging for the next…

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  • Yorktown Opposes Mounds Reservoir, Sept 21

    From Sheryl Meyer of Heart of the River Coalition (HTR)…(9/21/15) After 2 1/2 years of writing letters, hosting forums, testifying at public meetings, delivering yard signs, distributing t-shirts, gathering signatures on petitions, doing research, brainstorming together, hosting protest paddles, creating protest art, talking to neighbors, attending HTR meetings, hosting press conferences,  talking to community groups,…

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  • Allegheny Spurge Subject to Boxwood Blight

    Our state botanist/plant ecologist Mike Homoya refers us to an article showing that Boxwood Blight has shown signs of affecting our native Allegheny spurge (Pachysandra procumbens). This is especially of concern in Indiana, where Allegheny spurge is considered threatened.  View the article

  • Invasives Workshop for Landowners, Dubois

    Mark your calendars for an upcoming Invasives Workshop for landowners on November 6 in Dubois. Learn to recognize invasive species and how to control them to reduce the harmful impacts on your property! See the flyer for details and registration information. We hope to see you there! Liz Jackson, Executive DirectorIndiana Forestry & Woodland Owners…

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  • Eco Logic Offers Native Stock for Fall Planting

    A big thank you to all of you that made it to our first plant sale! We want to be sure everyone knows that we plan to have several Saturday sale days next spring and fall. We will send notification of the dates in 2016. In the meantime, we have a good amount of stock…

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  • First Multifaith Green Conference in Hamilton County September 26

    NOBLESVILLE, IN – Members of diverse local congregations, Carmel Green Initiative (CGI), and Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light (H-IPL) have come together to present How to Green Your Congregation: A Multifaith Conference. This is Hamilton County’s first interdenominational conference on earth stewardship. Saturday, September 269:00 a.m.Student Ministries East WingGrace Church5504 East 146th StreetNoblesville, Indiana “We’re…

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  • Register Now for Invasive Plant Symposium December 9-10

    The Midwest Invasive Plant Network (MIPN) hosting a two day symposium on invasive plants at the North Central Weed Science Society conference in Indianapolis on, Dec. 9-10 (at the downtown Hyatt regency). The symposium will focus on invasive plants in natural areas and will include a plenary session, as well as concurrent sessions on a…

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  • Free Milkweed Seed Offered for Restoration Projects

    Monarch Watch is offering free milkweed plugs for large-scale restoration projects in September 2015 and through spring and fall 2016. Information for applying for these free plugs can be found at: http://monarchwatch.org/bring-back-the-monarchs/milkweed/free-milkweeds-for-restoration-projects/  

  • Midwest Native Plant Society Sale July 25

    Come to Bergamo Center, 4400 Shakertown Rd, Dayton, Ohio, for the seventh annual Midwest Plant Society Native Plant & Vendor Sale on July 25, 2015. From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., vendors will be selling an array of native plants, books, art, jewelry, and more. Ask experts for advice on purchasing the right native plants…

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