Category: Upcoming Events

  • Hike Blossom Hollow with DNR October 11

    Guided Hike at Blossom Hollow Nature Preserve, Johnson County October 11, 2014, 10:00 a.m. to noon NOTE: The meeting location for this hike will be the Indian Creek High School parking lot in Trafalgar. Look for CILTI signs to carpool to preserve. Subscribe to event updates using the Notify Me icon at the upper right….

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  • Natural Areas Conference in Dayton October 15-17

    41st Annual Natural Areas ConferenceDayton, OhioOct. 15-17, 2014Theme: Deeply Rooted in Restoration A Week of Informative Presentations and Visits to Stunning Natural Areas Plenary speakers Emma Marris and Hugh Safford will explore the nature of global change and its effects on natural areas in North America, as well as the changing nature of the human…

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  • Fall Mushroom Foray Oct. 4

    Join mushroom enthusiasts and NICHES Land Trust as they search for and identify mushrooms at Weiler-Leopold Nature Reserve on Saturday, October 4, at 1:30 p.m. All are welcome. In association with the Lafayette Mushroom Hunters Group http://lafayettemushroompeople.blogspot.com Hoosier Mushroom Society http://hoosiermushrooms.org and NICHES Land Trust http://www.nicheslandtrust.org/calendar/   How to Get There Weiler-Leopold Reserve is in Warren…

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  • The Greening of Carmel IN Sept. 23

    Sustainable Living Seminar The Greening of Carmel Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Carmel Clay Public Library RSVP What makes Carmel green? Did you know that roundabouts save up to 24,000 gallons of gasoline per year and 228 tons of CO2 annually, and that over 80% of Carmel households are recycling under…

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  • Invasive Plant Training Session at Pokagon Oct 3

    Through the Lakes Country Cluster of The Stewardship Network (a new stewardship group focused on managing natural areas in Steuben and LaGrange Counties) Ellen Jacquart will be leading an invasive plant training session at the Pokagon State Park Nature Center from 10 am to 2 pm Eastern on Friday, October 3.  This training will feature-…

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  • Ohio Valley Garden Conference October 18

    We’re sharing this information at the request of an INPAWS member from the Southwest Chapter. Keynote Speaker Kerry Ann Mendez of “Perennially Yours” is dedicated to teaching the art of low-maintenance perennial gardening and landscaping. Kerry has published the bestselling book The Ultimate Flower Gardener’s Top Ten Lists (2010) and Top Ten Lists for Beautiful…

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  • West Central Announces Fall Programs

    WC-INPAWS Programs Fall 2014 Meetings start at 7 p.m. in Lilly Nature Center located at Celery Bog Park, West Lafayette, IN. From the Northwestern Avenue/Lindberg Road intersection, go west on Lindberg Road, take the bridge across the water and turn right just after the pedestrian crossing sign to enter the park. Go to the end…

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  • INCA Launches Grassroots Meetings on Conservation Funding

    INPAWS Conservation Team Leaders Jane and David Savage are sharing this info from INCA, our consortium of environmentally minded organizations. For the latest info, see INCA’s new website, http://www.inconservation.org/ Dear Members of the Indiana Conservation Alliance, To strengthen our “unified voice advocating for public funding for land, water, and wildlife”, the INCA is hosting a series…

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  • Doug Tallamy at Indianapolis Central Library August 18

    GOING NATIVE WITH KIB: How Living Landscapes Support Human Health and Thriving Communities Join Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Inc. for conversations with Dr. Douglas Tallamy, University of Delaware, and Dr. Andrea Faber Taylor, University of Illinois-Champagne, Urbana. These leading researchers will present about the importance of planting natives in urbanized areas for the well-being of living…

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  • SW-INPAWS Calendar of Events, July Update

    SW-INPAWS Secretary Adam Hape has created a Friends of SW-INPAWS Calendar to keep members of the Southwest Chapter informed and organized since so many also belong to Master Naturalists, Master Gardeners, the Evansville Audubon Society or all of the above – and many volunteer at local events (Earth Day, Plant Conservation Day, etc.) in addition to SW-INPAWS…

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