Category: Upcoming Events

  • What’s Bioscaping?? Learn All About It at AC2015

    People are asking about the theme of our 2015 INPAWS Annual Conference–Bioscaping: Gardening for Life. What’s bioscaping? It’s planning your landscape to include a smorgasbord of native plants to nourish the creatures at the bottom of the food chain. With native habitat fast disappearing, essential food sources have gone missing. The majority of insect larvae…

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  • Sustainable Weed Management Workshop Set for June 2016

    A unique, productive annual workshop for researchers and practitioners to engage in transdisciplinary discussions and problem solving related to sustainable weed management in agricultural, forest, and grassland systems. This workshop is suitable for advanced graduate students, postdocs, and junior and senior researchers and practitioners across ecological, agricultural, and social science disciplines and fields. This year…

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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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  • 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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  • Flora-Quest 2015 Registration Now Open

    Hemlocks to Hellbenders, August 27-29 Flora-Quest 2015 registration is now open. Whether you are a professional naturalist or new to the wonders of the great outdoors, Flora-Quest has a trip designed for you. Since 2007, we have been educating Ohioans to their unique botanical communities. Our expert guides will lead you to Mohican’s most scenic locations…

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  • Forum on Mounds Reservoir June 2

    This just in from Sheryl Myers., HTR Coalition, 765-620-4166 On Tuesday, June 2, Heart of the River Coalition will host an informational forum at Byrum Hall on Anderson University campus from 7 – 9 pm.  Speakers will include: Bradley Rayl (former Anderson City engineer) Dr. John Fillwalk (I.D.I.A. lab at Ball State) Tony Fleming, professional…

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  • Protest Paddle on Endangered Stretch of White River May 30

    Join Heart of the River Coalition on a float down the section of the West Fork of the White River being threatened by the economic development plan to build an environmentally destructive dam.    Saturday, May 30 (rain date June 13) Canoe Country, Daleville, Indiana  Canoes and kayaks available for rent, reservations recommended at 765-378-7358 or…

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  • Kay Yatskievych to Lead Wildflower Hike April 11

    ANNUAL WILDFLOWER HIKE PLANNED FOR BLUESPRINGS CAVERNS Plans have been finalized for the annual White River RC&D Wildflower Hike on April 11 which combines wildflowers with a chance to visit Bluesprings Caverns. The popular event will return to Lawrence County and features a large sinkhole at the Caverns. The wildflower hike will be led by…

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  • “Birdscaping” Presentation February 26

    Birdscaping: How to Create a Bird-Friendly Yard in Every Season Author and naturalist Sharon Sorenson will describe how to create a backyard habitat to attract birds and help them thrive. Learn more about Sharon and her book, Birds in the Yard, month by month, by visiting her website www.birdsintheyard.com. Copies of the book will be…

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  • Panel on Mounds Reservoir February 26

    Heart of the River Coalition, the Anderson organization that is fighting the proposed Mounds Reservoir, will hold a panel discussion to discuss some of the drawbacks to the proposal. Thursday, February 267:00–8:45 p.m.Yorktown High School Auditorium1100 S County Road 575 WestYorktown, IN 47396 Panel members scheduled to take part are Tony Fleming (hydrogeologist), Lee Casebere…

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