TSN Events Calendar

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Irwin Prairie Litter Clean Up

Irwin Prairie State Nature Preserve 9987 W. Bancroft St., Holland, OH, United States

Our March Stewardship event will be a spring clean up and litter removal at Irwin Prairie State Nature Preserve. We'll be working with DNAP staff to help collect litter along the roadways of the preserve. Please bring your own gloves and wear knee high rubber boots to meander on the prairie side of the ditch where trash collects […]

Stewardship Workday at Furstenberg Nature Area/World Water Day

Furstenberg Nature Area 2626 Fuller Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

REGISTER AT: https://nap.a2gov.org/Furstenberg032324 Furstenberg Nature Area stretches along the Huron River, and the natural communities in the park play essential roles in the health of the river – and in turn, the Huron River watershed. Freshwater ecosystems are facing devastation globally, and communities that depend on fresh water (that’s everyone!) are in danger of losing […]

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 […]

New to Natives? No Problem!

Portage District Library 300 Library Lane, Portage, United States

New to Natives? No Problem! with Christopher Hart, Horticulturist, Hartscapes LLC Wednesday, March 27, 6:30 pm at Portage District Library Christopher Hart has been designing native landscapes professionally for over a decade, and had been designing as a hobby for twenty years prior. This presentation is born from hindsight and includes all the mistakes, myths, misconceptions, […]

Grasses, Sedges, and other under-used and over-looked plants.

Hartley Nature Center 3001 Woodland Ave, Duluth, United States

Presenter: Mandy McDonald, founder and owner of Rusty Patch Natives in Hermantown. 6:30 pm socialize, 7:00 program >You will learn how to use grasses, sedges, and cool season plants as ground covers, to add structure, texture, habitat, winter interest and movement to gardens. >Margaret West, chapter member, will do a short presentation about "neighbors helping […]

Bridge Lunch Break to discuss Michigan’s warming winters

Bridge Michigan invites readers to a free Zoom discussion from noon to 1 p.m. on March 28 about Michigan’s disappearing winters. Warming winters are not only affecting the environment, but changing how Michigan lives, our hobbies and traditions. As temperatures continue to rise, Michiganders are adjusting to these new weather conditions. Guest panelists will include […]

Michigan Amphibians & Reptile Conservancy 2024 Conference

Chippewa Nature Center 400 S Badour Rd Midland, Midland, United States

We are thrilled to inform you about the upcoming 2024 Michigan Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy Herp Conference, marking the return of in-person herp meetings to Michigan! This conference is a testament to the dedication and passion of the individuals in Michigan who are committed to the conservation and management of amphibians and reptiles. On behalf […]

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 […]

Garlic Mustard Pull- Cascade Township Parks

Burton Park 6805 Burton St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI

Learn how to ID and control the invasive species, Garlic Mustard at Burton Park  Join Cascade Township Parks Department in working together to support natural habitats areas and improve biodiversity throughout this 80 acre park. There will be a short presentation of the purpose and methods for pulling Garlic Mustard. Followed by a walk through […]

Grand-Raisin Conservation Community Spring Kick-Off

Dahlem Center 7117 South Jackson Road, Jackson, United States

Join the Grand-Raisin Conservation Community for our annual Spring Kick-Off! This will be a great opportunity to meet with fellow stewards and outdoor enthusiasts, to learn about the Grand-Raisin Conservation Community and the work that we do, and to enjoy a nature walk through the Dahlem Center's beautiful property. Expect lots of networking, great discussions, […]


Stewardship Workday at Braun Nature Area

Braun Nature Area 1400 Chalmers Drive, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

REGISTER AT: http://nap.a2gov.org/A2Braun Malletts Creek runs through Braun Nature Area on its way to South Pond and the Huron River. The Huron River Watershed Council describes the Mallets creekshed as having less than 8% natural lands! Braun’s natural areas protect the creek – and the Huron River – from the negative effects of stormwater runoff […]

Earth Month edition of Community Voices (Virtual)

MiCAN will be joined by Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice (DWEJ) for our Earth Month 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 and geographical area of focus to allow the audience to learn from […]

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