TSN Events Calendar

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November 2022 Stewards’ Circle

Veterans Memorial Park Meeting Room 2150 Jackson Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3918, United States, Ann Arbor, MI

Tuesday, November 8th, 2022 5:30pm - 6:30pm Veterans Memorial Park meeting room November 2022 Topic: What invasive species are you dealing with currently? What has changed about the species you’ve dealt with over time and which you are most worried about? How do you stay up-to-date? Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/27BDlXdxQ ---------------------- About The Stewards' Circles: A […]

Michigan Wetlands Association’s Winter Woody Plant Identification Training

Eddy Discovery Center 17030 Bush Road, Chelsea, MI

Can you identify woody plant species during winter leaf-off? Maybe you need a refresher! This one-day, in-person training will focus on the identification of woody wetland and upland plant species based upon winter appearance (leaf-off). Instruction will be through introductory classroom lecture, in-depth field instruction, and indoor practice and review with collected specimens. The field […]

$100 – $125

Thanksgiving: A Potawatomi Perspective

Baugher Center 100 W. Indiana Avenue , IN, Chesterton, IN

Join Billie Warren, a Potawatomi woman from the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and an Environmental Consultant and Educator, as she shares some traditional recipes that appear on her Thanksgiving table each year. Billie will provide a brief history of the area’s local indigenous people, followed by a discussion of what the Thanksgiving holiday means […]

Southeast Michigan Regional Trails Summit

South East Michigan Council of Governments 1001 Woodward Avenue, Suite 1400, Detroit, MI

Southeast Michigan Regional Trails Summit Join us to make connections with regional partners! Click here to register Trails continue to be a high priority in Southeast Michigan - from the economic benefits they bring to local governments and businesses, to the high quality of life and fun outdoor experiences they provide for residents and visitors. […]

Online webinar: Ideas & lessons for island communities to influence mainland decision makers

GLIA WEBINAR! Ideas & lessons for island communities to influence mainland decision makers. Monday, December 12th, 1pm EDT REGISTER: https://tinyurl.com/mutj86ww DESCRIPTION: The Great Lakes Islands Alliance (GLIA) is pleased to host this free meeting for Great Lakes island leaders, residents, and advocates. George Paisiovitch is a long-time political advisor, organizer, and consultant with expertise in […]

December 2022 Stewards’ Circle

Veterans Memorial Park Meeting Room 2150 Jackson Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48103-3918, United States, Ann Arbor, MI

Tuesday, December 13th, 2022 5:30pm - 6:30pm Veterans Memorial Park meeting room December 2022 Topic: What role can herbicide play in restoration work and how does its use vary between different types of restoration efforts? How does the perception of herbicide affect how we work toward our restoration goals? Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/1ThURxMl4 ---------------------- About The […]

Webinar: Understanding ISPM 15 to Reduce the Risk of Pests in Wood Packaging

Webinar: Understanding ISPM 15 to Reduce the Risk of Pests in Wood Packaging December 21, 2022 @ 1:00 pm CDT Register: https://naisma.memberclicks.net/webinar-dec-22#!/ Presented by: Brad Gething, Vice President of Science and Technology, National Wooden Pallet and Container Association ISPM 15 was fully implemented in the United States in 2006 to reduce the risk and spread […]

Harmful Algal Bloom Research Symposium

The Algal Bloom Action Team's popular Harmful Algal Bloom Research Symposium will return for it's third year this January 5-6, 2023. The symposium is free and will be held entirely virtually. Tune in to hear the latest harmful algal bloom research, discuss examples of effective bloom management, and learn about the latest technologies being used […]

New Year’s Lantern-lit Ski and Snowshoe

Grass River Natural Area 6500 Alden Highway (Co. Road 618), Bellaire

Lantern light reflecting off freshly fallen snow is a great way to enjoy the forest at Grass River Natural Area in winter. Enjoy a self-guided evening ski on GRNA’s groomed ski trails, or snowshoe the boardwalk to the river. We will have a warm campfire at the Center pavilion and the heated building will be […]

Nature Trivia Night

Short's Brewing Company Pull Barn 211 Industrial Park, Elk Rapids, MI

Join Grass River Natural Area for Nature Trivia Night at Short's Pull Barn in Elk Rapids! Get your team of 2-6 players together and get ready to stretch your brain with 5 rounds of clever, family-friendly trivia. Don't worry if you're not a nature expert; questions will draw from other areas of knowledge - like […]

Webinar: The Blue Ribbon AIS Commission – Process, Participation and Final Report

Webinar: The Blue Ribbon AIS Commission – Process, Participation and Final Report January 18, 2023 @ 1:00 pm CDT Presented by: Chris Macaluso, Director of the Center for Marine Fisheries for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, and Clay Crabtree, Director of Federal Government Relations for the National Marine Manufacturers Association Click here to register An […]

How to Assess, Manage, & Preserve Your Land

Sharon Township Hall 18010 Pleasant Lake Rd, Manchester, MI

SHARON TOWNSHIP HALL 18010 PLEASANT LAKE RD MANCHESTER, MI 48158 Learn about options for conserving or managing your farmland and natural areas. Following the presentation, staff from local conservation organizations will be available to discuss individual properties. Refreshments provided! RSVP at washtenawcd.org/events or 734-302-8715

New Year’s Lantern-lit Ski and Snowshoe

Grass River Natural Area 6500 Alden Highway (Co. Road 618), Bellaire

Lantern light reflecting off freshly fallen snow is a great way to enjoy the forest at Grass River Natural Area in winter. Enjoy a self-guided evening ski on GRNA’s groomed ski trails, or snowshoe the boardwalk to the river. We will have a warm campfire at the Center pavilion and the heated building will be […]

Winter Watercolors

Grass River Natural Area 6500 Alden Highway (Co. Road 618), Bellaire

 Watercolors are not just brush and paint - we will also use watercolor pencils for this class at Grass River Natural Area. And winter is not just black and white. We will explore the colors of winter using a variety of water-based media. Join GRNA to look for and paint the light and bright spots […]

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