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Explore & Restore Woods, Wetlands, & Prairies at Independence Lake

Independence Lake County Park 3200 Jennings Rd, Whitmore Lake, MI, United States

Join naturalist Faye Stoner to protect Independence Lake’s remarkable natural areas. As the season progresses, we’ll traverse prairie, woods, and a variety of wetlands, including sedge meadows, prairie fen, cattail marshes, and a buttonbush swamp. You’ll use loppers and saws to bust down shrubs and vines to protect these amazing natural spaces, while enjoying nature, […]

Neighborhood Nature Restoration Days – County Farm Park

Medford Pavilion at County Farm Park 2223 Medford Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Learn, explore, and give back to nature in a friendly setting. During early spring (March - mid-April), we’ll spread native seeds in places where volunteers previously cleared invasive plants to improve habitat for birds, bees, and butterflies. We’ll also enhance the spectacular wildflower displays of Britton Woods by removing the invasive plants Wintercreeper and English […]

Explore & Restore Woods, Wetlands, & Prairies at Independence Lake

Independence Lake County Park 3200 Jennings Rd, Whitmore Lake, MI, United States

Join naturalist Faye Stoner to protect Independence Lake’s remarkable natural areas. As the season progresses, we’ll traverse prairie, woods, and a variety of wetlands, including sedge meadows, prairie fen, cattail marshes, and a buttonbush swamp. You’ll use loppers and saws to bust down shrubs and vines to protect these amazing natural spaces, while enjoying nature, […]

Learn to Monitor & Protect Vernal Pools

This virtual training (via Zoom) will provide information and resources to those interested in participating in the Michigan Vernal Pool Patrol or just interested in learning more about these important wetlands. The training will consist of three parts/sessions presented on Wednesday evenings, March 6, 13, and 20 from 6:00-8:00 pm EST. If you are interested […]

Stewardship Workday at Oakwoods Metropark

Oakwoods Metropark 32911 Willow Road, New Boston, MI, United States

Volunteer to conserve and restore natural areas at Oakwoods Metropark! Join natural resources staff to cut shrubs in beautiful woodland and prairie ecosystems, while learning about the plants and animals that thrive here. All necessary tools and equipment will be provided. Please pre-register online by 4pm on March 9, by using the provided link.

Free

Prairie Restoration Days

Independence Lake County Park 3200 Jennings Rd, Whitmore Lake, MI, United States

Sign-up for a trip back in time to protect two of Washtenaw County’s last remaining remnant prairies, Woodcock Prairie and Independence Prairie. You’ll bust down the shrubs and vines threatening these rare ecosystems. Though mostly now gone, prairies once sprawled across almost one-third of the United States. Discover and protect Independence Lake’s extraordinary fragments of […]

Stewardship Workday at Huron Hills Golf Course Woods

Huron Hills Golf Course Woods 3465 E Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

REGISTER AT: https://nap.a2gov.org/HHGCW031024 Framing the western and southern edges of the Huron Hills Golf Course, these woods are home to a diverse group of spring wildflowers such as trillium, May-apple, wild geranium, jewelweed, skunk cabbage, and Dutchman’s breeches. Your involvement is vital to NAP’s conservation efforts in Ann Arbor’s natural areas—join other volunteers to pull […]

Explore & Restore Woods, Wetlands, & Prairies at Independence Lake

Independence Lake County Park 3200 Jennings Rd, Whitmore Lake, MI, United States

Join naturalist Faye Stoner to protect Independence Lake’s remarkable natural areas. As the season progresses, we’ll traverse prairie, woods, and a variety of wetlands, including sedge meadows, prairie fen, cattail marshes, and a buttonbush swamp. You’ll use loppers and saws to bust down shrubs and vines to protect these amazing natural spaces, while enjoying nature, […]

#TSNwebcast | “Returning the Wild to the Wilderness: Loss, Legacy, and New Opportunity”

with guest Thomas Keller (Furbearer Biologist, Pennsylvania Game Commission) Gone for 120 years, the American marten was a common native species to Pennsylvania. This presentation will take a look at what happened to the marten and other species that were extirpated within the state, then focus on determining the feasibility of a reintroduction and what that […]

Learn to Monitor & Protect Vernal Pools

This virtual training (via Zoom) will provide information and resources to those interested in participating in the Michigan Vernal Pool Patrol or just interested in learning more about these important wetlands. The training will consist of three parts/sessions presented on Wednesday evenings, March 6, 13, and 20 from 6:00-8:00 pm EST. If you are interested […]

Stewardship Workday at Hansen Nature Area/UN International Day of Forests

Hansen Nature Area 1200 S Maple Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

REGISTER AT: https://nap.a2gov.org/Hansen031624 Do your part to protect our watershed and natural habitats by celebrating the UN’s International Day of Forests with NAP. The United Nation’s Department of Economic and Social Affairs reports, “it is estimated that 75% of the world’s accessible freshwater comes from forested watersheds and 80% of all land-based species depend on […]

Neighborhood Nature Restoration Days – County Farm Park

Medford Pavilion at County Farm Park 2223 Medford Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Learn, explore, and give back to nature in a friendly setting. During early spring (March - mid-April), we’ll spread native seeds in places where volunteers previously cleared invasive plants to improve habitat for birds, bees, and butterflies. We’ll also enhance the spectacular wildflower displays of Britton Woods by removing the invasive plants Wintercreeper and English […]

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