Category: Upcoming Events

  • Protecting Central Indiana’s Water March 19

    Central Chapter Program (open to INPAWS members only)           Date: Sunday, March 19 at 5:00-5:30pm (social time); presentation from 5:30-7:00 pm Location: Bier Brewery, 5133 E. 65th St., Indpls, IN 46220 Only adults 21 and older are allowed in the bar. Beer, soda, cheese dip and bar snacks are available upon purchase. **Space…

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  • Plant ID Workshop on Isle Royale

    Registration is now open for two 2017 Plant Identification (I.D.) workshops*, both of which will be held in Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula near the shores of scenic Lake Superior on: 1.  Isle Royale National Park (June 5-10), based at Rock Harbor, and 2.  Keweenaw Peninsula (July 25-27), based in Copper Harbor, Michigan’s northernmost village. This…

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  • Needs of Native Pollinators March 30

    Eco Logic Plant Nursery and Spence Restoration Nursery invite you to attend this conference in support of local pollinators: Understanding Native Pollinators & Their Needs Thursday, March 309:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Bloomington Monroe County Convention Center302 S. College Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47403 Look for details at www.ecologicindiana.com/understanding-native-pollinators-and-their-needs.

  • Is Indiana ready for a strategic energy policy?

    Indiana Advanced Energy Plan – Community Conversation   January 31, 7 p.m., Schwitzer Student Center, University of Indianapolis, Hall A Students from the University of Indianapolis and Indiana University-Purdue University are working to answer this question through a series of public meetings throughout Indianapolis. Please join us for the first community conversation, hosted by former Mayor,…

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  • Southwest Chapter Chew & Renew January 21

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  • Central Chapter Icebreaker January 29

    Central Chapter members, would-be members, and friends, help us welcome in a new year! Please contact me at central@inpaws.org if you have any questions! Thank you,Amanda Smith, Central Chapter Leader  

  • “Native Roots” Issued for Jan-Mar 2017

    NATIVE ROOTS is a nature newsletter compiled by West Central Chapter member Joan Mohr Samuels. News, natural history programs, and stewardship opportunities are available in one place! Includes Wednesdays in the Wild, with free nature programs sponsored by the West Lafayette Parks & Recreation Department, Tippecanoe County Park & Recreation Department, Sycamore Audubon Society, INPAWS West…

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  • Native Plant Workshop November 12

    INDIANA POLLINATORS NEED A BOOSTNative Plant Workshop Offers Solutions for Indiana Homeowners, Business Owners The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, Little River Wetlands Project, and Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society, Northeast Chapter (NE–INPAWS) offer area homeowners and business owners the opportunity to enrich Indiana’s diverse ecology by attending the Native Plant Workshop, Saturday, November 12, 2016….

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  • Southwest Chapter Seedswap November 19

    Saturday, November 19 starting at 9:30 a.m.Wesselman Woods Nature Center SWINPAWS members will have the opportunity to share native plant seeds from their own gardens along with tips on how best to grow them. Members of the public are welcome to this free event. Guest SpeakerMaster Gardener & local greenhouse owner Judy Schneider Kron has…

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  • Northeast Chapter Bonfire Picnic October 15

    What:   NEINPAWS First Annual Meeting and Bonfire Picnic. When:  October 15, 2016, at 2:00 PM. Where: Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve, 1802 Chapman Rd., Huntertown. Meet at red barn on Chapman Rd., just east of the ACRES Land Trust Office entrance. Who:     Guest speaker Larry Yoder, Ph.D., associate professor emeritus, Merry Lea Environmental Learning…

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