TSN Events Calendar

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Stewardship Workday at Bird Hills Nature Area/Int’l Day for Biological Diversity

Bird Hills Nature Area 1850 Newport Rd, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at: https://nap.a2gov.org/BirdHills052123 Celebrated each year on May 22, the International Day for Biological Diversity aims to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. Bird Hills is the largest natural area in the city at 146 acres and a great place to appreciate the diversity of nature. Work together with other volunteers to pull invasive […]

Stewardship Workday at Cedar Bend Nature Area/Int’l Day for Biological Diversity

Cedar Bend Nature Area 1500 Island Drive, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at: https://nap.a2gov.org/CedarBend052123 The International Day for Biological Diversity is a United Nations–created holiday for the promotion of biodiversity issues. With ecosystem-based solutions to climate and public health, food and water security, and sustainable livelihoods—biodiversity is the foundation upon which communities can build back better. Cedar Bend was designed by landscape architect O.C. Simonds, who […]

GRCC Sense of Place Project: Ackerman Home Walk

GRCC Sense of Place Project: Ackerman Home Walk: Join us for another GRCC field trip as we continue to refine our “sense of place” together throughout the headwaters area of the Grand River and River Raisin. Sunday May 21st from 2pm – 4pm we will explore the 60acre Ackerman Farm. It is a mixture of […]

Michigan Wetlands Association Webinar: Common Plant Families of Michigan: A beginner’s guide to identification


A two-part webinar presentation on common wetland plant identification! Register for Part 1 and Part 2, separately. Part 1: Morphology, Ferns, Gymnosperms and Monocots Date: May 22, 2023 Time: 3:00 to 4:30 PM ET Online via ZOOM (Registrants will receive Zoom links before the webinars) Free for MWA members REGISTER HERE: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DPTO4vLyQ6-PQZkmlF-eeA#/registration Part 2: Dicots […]

Indiana Invasive Plant Training: East Central Region

Ivy Tech Community College 717 W 21st ST, Connersville, IN

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indiana-invasive-plant-training-east-central-region-tickets-603950380847 This training is for anyone in East Central Indiana interested in: invasive plant identification and management habitat restoration for pollinators, birds, & other wildlife land conservation & restoration citizen science Registration is required and attendance is limited to 25 participants. NOTE: Please bring your lunch and water to drink. Snacks will be […]

Using molecular genomic tools to investigate genetic diversity and hybridization in Phragmites

The registration for the Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative's next webinar is now open! This will be our last webinar of the 2023 Winter/Spring session and we hope you can join us Tuesday May 23rd from 2:30 -3:30 EST.  Click here to register: https://www.greatlakesphragmites.net/resources/webinars/ We are very excited to have Nic Tippery of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater present: "Using molecular genomic […]

Youth Stewardship Workday

Blandford Nature Center 1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI

Youth Stewardship work focuses on habitat restoration, trail maintenance, removal of invasive species, help in the Children’s Garden, weeding at the Blandford Farm, and more! Education is always a major focus of the day as youth learn to identify and manage plants and how they directly impact their surrounding environment. Youth also learn the importance […]

Invasive Species Training Seminar

Washtenaw County Road Commmission 555 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI

Invasive species training session to take place May 25th from 10am to 12pm at the Washtenaw County Road Commission Building! Perfect for residents, county/municipal staff, interns. landscaping professionals, and educators! Snacks and refreshments provided! Please send an email to shikha.singh@macd.org or call 517-395-2089 JLW CISMA website listing: https://jlwcisma.weebly.com/upcoming-events.html Attendees can earn 2 RUP credits in […]

Wildflower Rangers @ Rolling Hills County Park

Rolling Hills County Park 7660 Stony Creek Rd, Ypsilanti, MI

On Thursdays from April 27th through June, learn to identify common spring ephemeral wildflowers and get trained as a Wildflower Ranger on how to protect wildflowers in your favorite natural area. Through this hands-on service-learning activity removing invasive garlic mustard, you'll get off-trail outdoor exercise and develop a sense of well-being in nature, all while […]

3rd Annual Native Plant Event

Black Cap Farm 5265 Crescent Beach Rd, Onekama, MI

https://www.manisteecd2.org/native-plant-event Save the Date for our 3rd annual Native Plant Event in partnership with Black Cap Farm. Stop by on Friday, June 2 from 11am-3pm to shop all your favorite native plants. Many varieties of native plants available for purchase. Native plant experts onsite to answer questions. A chance to win raffle prizes! Professionals from […]

Stewardship Workday at Bluffs Nature Area

Bluffs Nature Area 918 N Main St, Ann Arbor, MI

Pre-register through VolunteerHub https://nap.a2gov.org/Bluffs060323 This place is nuts! Eleven species of nut-producing trees can be found here, including three of the four Michigan hickory species (bitternut, pignut, and shagbark), both walnuts (black and butternut), five oaks (white, swamp, Hill's, red, and black), and hazelnut. Hog-peanut—not a nut, but a vining legume—is also found here! Much […]

Native Plant Sale

Neiman's Parking Lot 7121 Dixie Highway, Clarkston, MI

Come to our popular native plant sale on June 3 in the parking lot of Neiman's Market, 7121 Dixie Hwy, Clarkston. We carry the best flowers, grasses, trees and bushes from Wildtype Nursery. Feel free to bring your own containers to transport your plants. Proceeds support the Blue Heron Headwaters Conservancy efforts to save land […]

Center for a Sustainable Future Homewalk

Center for a Sustainable Future 4260 Tipton Hwy, Adrian, MI

A tour of the facilities and the landscape features at the Lenawee ISD Center for a Sustainable Future will be highlighted, including a walk through the 35 acre wood lot. The school is used as a land lab where students get hands-on experience with land management. The Center for a Sustainable Future is a net-zero […]

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