Category: Chapter News & Events

  • West Central Chapter Announces Fall Programs

    West Central Chapter of INPAWS – Indiana Native Plant  & Wildflower Society         WC-INPAWS PROGRAM Meetings—fourth Mondays at 7pm at Lilly Nature Center in Celery Bog Nature Area (West Lafayette) Dinner with the speaker is at 6pm in the MCL Cafeteria-West Lafayette  ~ open to the public ~ MON SEP 23  “Prophetstown Plants from the…

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  • Southwest Chapter to Change Meeting Schedule

    The Southwest chapter of INPAWS has announced a new 2014 meeting schedule in hopes of improving attendance. After an on-line survey and discussion at the July meeting, it was decided that next year… Meetings in May, July and September will be at 6:00 p.m. CDT on the third Thursday of the month.  Meetings in January,…

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  • Allelopathy Is the Topic of September 21 SW-INPAWS Meeting

    SW-INPAWS’ next meeting will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 9:30 AM at Oaklyn Branch Library, Evansville, IN. USI Professor Dr. Edith Hardcastle will speak on “Allelopathy Affecting Native Species.” Allelopathy is a biological phenomenon by which an organism produces one or more biochemicals that influence the growth, survival, and reproduction of other organisms….

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  • A Mind BOGling Event Coming May 18

    Celebrate American Wetlands Month and National Kids to Parks Day on Saturday, May 18, at Celery Bog Nature Area, 1620 Lindberg Road, West Lafayette. INPAWS West Central chapter volunteers have had a hand in staging this third annual event. Enjoy nature kids, presentations, and family activities, plus a special screening of an award-winning documentary of…

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  • North Chapter News

    From Steve Sass: The latest issue of The Plant Press is now available:  The Plant Press April 2013 Also attached is a flier for the newly announced 2013 Calumet Naturalist Series. This nine session introduction to the common plants of the Calumet region is the brainchild of INPAWS member and Calumet Outdoor Series founder Eric…

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  • SW-INPAWS Announces Spring Events

    SW Chapter (SWINPAWS), based in Evansville, announces the following events: Saturday, April 13,  Wildflower Walk at Ouabache Trails Park, in Knox County, less than 2 miles north of Vincennes. Saturday, May 18, general meeting at Oaklyn Library in Evansville. Meeting starts at 9:30am with program to follow–“Made In The Shade” Woodland Wildflowers by Kathy Eicher…

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  • River City Tree Planting Wildly Exceeds Expectations

    This glowing report was sent in by SW-INPAWS leaders Davie Sue Wallace and Dona Bergman. The River City Tree Committee is an informal group of people with similar interests and enthusiasms  – friends and colleagues who love nature, gardening and wildlife.  In late 2011, the River City Tree Committee embarked on an ambitious project to…

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  • INPAWS Hike: Bendix Woods Nature Preserve May 5

    Sunday, May 5 – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. – Eastern Daylight Time (RSVP by May 2, details below) Bendix Woods Nature Preserve, St. Joseph County, Indiana.  This is a joint field trip between INPAWS (state) and INPAWS – North Chapter.  View full hike report Leaders: Scott Namestnik, Senior Project Scientist and Botanist, Cardno JFNew….

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  • Invasives Removal Near Connersville April 20

    Want to get some outdoor exercise and have an opportunity for some hiking at the same time?  Join Central Chapter Invasive SWAT Team and the Indiana Audubon Society on April 20 at the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary near Connersville.  We will be removing garlic mustard, oriental bittersweet, and whatever other non-native, invasive plants are encountered. …

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  • Southwest Chapter January Meeting

    Sat. Jan. 19, 2013 at 9:30 AM the Southwest Chapter (SWINPAWS) will host Allen Pursell, Southern Indiana Program Director with The Nature Conservancy. The Jan gathering is the annual “Chew & Renew” Membership/ Meeting/ Pot Luck Brunch. Pursell will speak on the environmental impact of the White Tail Deer. The meeting is in the Nature…

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