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HRWC Winter Stonefly Search

Please join HRWC's annual Winter Stonefly Search volunteer event on Saturday, January 27, 2024. This is a great outdoor winter activity for individuals and groups of friends and family. There are two start times: 9 am and 10:30 am. Sign up is required. Visit hrwc.org/volunteer/stonefly to sign up and for more information. As part of […]

Restoration Workday at Searles Nature Preserve

Searles Nature Preserve 585V+4J, Ypsilanti, MI, United States

Did you know Washtenaw Audubon owns a nature preserve? We do! Located just a mile south of Rolling Hills County Park, Searles Nature Preserve is a 50 acre natural area that hosts the headwaters of Stony Creek. Join us as we work to remove woody invasive species and create habitat for native plants and insects […]

The Stewardship Network Conference 2024

Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center 219 S. Harrison Rd, East Lansing, MI, United States

The Stewardship Network Conference #17 Learn more: https://conference.stewardshipnetwork.org/ January 29th - 30th, 2024 The Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center Michigan State University 219 S. Harrison Road East Lansing, MI 48824 Each year since 2008, we've gathered environmental scholars, leading experts, and a wide cross-section of nature's caretakers to share ideas, challenge our thinking, and leave […]

International Invasive Species and Climate Change Conference

Learn more: https://naisma.org/event/international-invasive-species-climate-change-conference/ Please join us for the INAUGURAL International Invasive Species and Climate Change Conference (IISCCC) organized by the Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change (RISCC) Management Network on January 30 and 31, 2024. This conference is VIRTUAL allowing for more international attendance while reducing our carbon footprint. Registration: FREE Conference registration is free and features […]

Woodsong Woody Workday

Woodsong County Park 5980 Rynn Rd., Clyde, MI, United States

Join the @LSCCISMA Lake St. Clair Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) and St. Clair County Parks for a Woodsong Woody Workday volunteer workday on Tuesday, February 6 from 10 a.m. to noon at Woodsong County Park, 5980 Rynn Rd., Clyde Twp. Together we’ll brush up on winter botany and manage woody invasive species in […]

Free

Tree Hugger Hike

Columbus County Park 1670 Bauman Rd., Columbus, MI, United States

Do you love trees, too? Join us on Valentine’s weekend at Columbus County Park to celebrate trees and forests! On Saturday, February 10, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. our naturalist will lead you and your family on a hike through this rugged and rustic beauty of a park. Learn winter tree and plant identification skills, tell […]

Free

Stewards’ Circle: Turning your lawn into a prairie (or other native plant ecosystem)

Huron River Watershed Council Office 117 N First St, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

About The Stewards’ Circles: A tradition for nearly 25 years, this lively, informal gathering of nature’s caretakers is open and free to all, from the curious aspirant to the seasoned professional, with no advanced registration required. If you care about our natural world and wish to connect with others on the topic generally (or on […]

#TSNwebcast | “Not So Different: using bugs to fight apathy and inspire empathy”

Join The Bug Chicks as they talk about their work using arthropods to engage people in nature. Creating a pathway from fear to fascination, these entomologists help organizations, schools and individuals build capacity and resilience – to take on the challenges of education, conservation and stewardship. Come for the talk, stay for the tarantula. Register here

2024 ELA Annual Conference & Eco Marketplace!

Learn more: https://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/ela-2024-winter-conference-eco-marketplace/ We hope to see you at the Ecological Landscape Alliance’s Annual Conference scheduled for February 21 & 22, 2024! We are thrilled to be celebrating our 30th year in this collective relationship together and as a nod to that, this year’s theme is PEARLS OF WISDOM. This virtual conference will give the ELA […]

February Community Voices ft. Ann Arbor for Public Power

Register here: https://www.miclimateaction.org/february_community_voices_20240222 February Community Voices ft. Ann Arbor for Public Power This month, MiCAN is joined by Ann Arbor for Public Power (A2P2) for our February edition of the Community Voices Series. The Community Voices Series is a virtual convening drawing diverse participants from the network to amplify local climate work, connect members and groups, and support each other's actions. MiCAN rotates the content […]

Restoration Workday at Searles Nature Preserve

Searles Nature Preserve 585V+4J, Ypsilanti, MI, United States

Did you know Washtenaw Audubon owns a nature preserve? We do! Located just a mile south of Rolling Hills County Park, Searles Nature Preserve is a 50 acre natural area that hosts the headwaters of Stony Creek. Join us as we work to remove woody invasive species and create habitat for native plants and insects […]

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 […]

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