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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

Stewardship Workday at Ruthven Nature Area

Ruthven Nature Area 100 Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at tinyurl.com/Ruthven111222. Are you familiar with the word “kame”? Ruthven Nature Area is an excellent example of glacial terrain. Come see and learn about Ruthven’s kame, a glacier-created hill found in the park. If you look closely, you might find fox tracks or dens on the kame. Enjoy working with your hands to cut […]

Stewardship Workday at Mary Beth Doyle Park / NAP 29th Anniversary

Mary Beth Doyle Nature Area 3500 Birch Hollow Dr, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at tinyurl.com/MBD111322. Celebrate NAP’s 29th Anniversary at southeast Ann Arbor’s largest park. The park, named in memory of leading environmentalist Mary Beth Doyle, is a perfect example of NAP’s ongoing mission to protect and restore Ann Arbor's natural areas and to foster an environmental ethic within the community. Enjoy the crisp fall air and […]

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 […]

Webinar: Invasive Mussel Collaborative Tools and Accomplishments

Webinar: Invasive Mussel Collaborative Tools and Accomplishments November 16, 2022 @ 1:00 pm CDT Click here to register Presentation Abstracts: Research Work Group Update presented by Ashley Elgin, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration The IMC Research Work Group is tasked with coordinating and prioritizing research to maximize and advance dreissenid control outcomes. We recently developed […]

Woody Invasive Species Workday at Nicholson Nature Center

Nicholson Nature Center 21777 Dunham Rd, Clinton Twp, MI

Join the Lake St. Clair CISMA and Six Rivers Land Conservancy for a day of woody invasive removal! Volunteers will learn how to identify common woody invasive species and help remove them! We will be meeting at the northwest corner of the Macomb County Public Works parking lot at 21777 Dunham Rd, Clinton Twp, MI […]

Free

Land Conservation & Climate Change | Capitol Connection webinar

Click here to register The Emerald Arc is at the heart of Legacy Land Conservancy's mission. It's the idea that nature should be available "for ourselves, for our neighbors, forever." It falls right in line with what Legacy Land Conservancy is. This nonprofit with local residents and governments to conserve land and water in Jackson, Lenawee, […]

Stewardship Workday at Black Pond Woods Nature Area

Black Pond Woods Nature Area 1831 Traver Road, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at tinyurl.com/BPW111922 Black Pond Woods is a beautiful location year-round. The trails through the woods offer a great chance to imagine the winter lives of the birds, amphibians, and mammals that live here. They survive winter in some intriguing ways. Some, like the woodchuck, sink into true hibernation. Others, like squirrels and deer, forage […]

Stewardship Workday at Cedar Bend Nature Area

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

Register at tinyurl.com/Cedar111922. Cedar Bend Nature Area is one of Ann Arbor’s oldest parks and was designed by landscape architect O.C. Simonds. Simonds insisted on keeping the park as close to the natural landscape as possible, helping to preserve the biodiversity and native plant population that make Cedar Bend such a beautiful nature area today. […]

Stewardship Workday at Marshall Nature Area

Marshall Nature Area 3355 N Dixboro Rd, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at tinyurl.com/Marshall112022. Marshall Nature Area is one of the larger natural areas in the Ann Arbor Parks system. The park is situated in the heart of an even larger habitat complex owned by the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Parks, Washtenaw County Parks, and private landowners—this might be viewed as Ann Arbor’s largest ecological […]

Stewardship Workday at Bandemer Park

Bandemer Park 1352 Lake Shore Dr, Ann Arbor, MI

Register at tinyurl.com/Bandemer120322. Bandemer Park is home to a wide variety of plants and animals, and it is a great park for visitors as well. However, the park has had a rather unnatural history. The land that now makes up the park was historically used as a stockyard for the railroad, as pasture land, and […]

Stewardship Workday at Bird Hills Nature Area/World Soil Day

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

Register at tinyurl.com/Bird120422. Join NAP at Bird Hills Nature Area for World Soil Day! #WorldSoilDay is held annually to focus attention on the importance of healthy soil and to advocate for the sustainable management of soil resources. Bird Hills Nature Area is the largest natural area in the city at 146 acres, and the rich […]

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Communicating About Climate Change in Our Classrooms and Communities

Zoom

This virtual series is designed to help educators communicate effectively about the climate crisis. It features specific strategies and tools to help people navigate climate conversations in classrooms and communities. It also provides support for the planning and fielding of climate actions at a scale that feels right for each attendee. Session 1 (October 11, […]

$25 – $50

Michigan Vernal Pools Partnership Annual Meeting

Zoom

The Michigan Vernal Pools Partnership will be hosting its 5th Annual Meeting on December 7th, 2022! Free, virtual, and open to all, the Annual Meeting is our yearly opportunity to share & connect with the vernal pool community. Hear from vernal pool experts, educators, and enthusiasts on a variety of topics to get the latest […]

Free

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