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Stewardship Workday at Braun Nature Area

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

REGISTER AT: https://nap.a2gov.org/Braun111923 Mallett’s Creek flows through Braun Nature Area and the sounds of its riffles make it a very serene place. Prairie plants grow along the stream here, and they have been thriving after some prescribed burning and a good deal of volunteer elbow grease removing invasive shrubs by hand. Plants like big bluestem, […]

Neighborhood Nature Restoration Day at County Farm Park

Medford Pavilion at County Farm Park 2223 Medford Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

On select Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays each month, learn, explore, and give back to nature in a friendly community setting. In fall, we’ll continue working to protect the spectacular spring wildflower displays of Britton Woods, removing invasive plants like honeysuckle. Through this hands-on service-learning activity, you’ll get off-trail outdoor exercise and develop a sense of […]

Event Series Exploring & Restoring Woods, Wetlands, and Prairies

Exploring & Restoring Woods, Wetlands, and Prairies

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, […]

Event Series Exploring & Restoring Woods, Wetlands, and Prairies

Exploring & Restoring Woods, Wetlands, and Prairies

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, […]

Stewardship Workday at Kuebler Langford Nature Area

Kuebler Langford Nature Area ​101 W Huron River Dr, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Register at:  https://nap.a2gov.org/KueblerLangford120223 Since the time of its acquisition, Kuebler Langford has been a park of importance to the people of Ann Arbor. As this natural area continues to recover from top-soil removal and compaction from the 1970’s, we are left with areas of stunning prairie and forests. Because Kuebler Langford was fought for and won […]

Stewardship Workday at Foxfire West Nature Area

Foxfire West Nature Area 3135 Birchwood Dr, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Register at: https://nap.a2gov.org/FoxfireWest120923 With the help of Traver Creek, this small park provides an important habitat corridor for wildlife that depend on water, such as muskrat and ducks, and also hosts a variety of wetland wildflowers that support butterflies. Foxfire West includes a special wetland type called a fen—a peat-accumulating wetland fed by mineral-rich ground […]

Stewards’ Circle – Freeman Environmental Education Center

Freeman Environmental Education Center 3540 Dixboro Lane, Ann Arbor, 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 […]

Free

Stewardship Workday at Argo Nature Area

Argo Nature Area 1055 Longshore Drive, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

REGISTER AT: https://nap.a2gov.org/Argo121623 Many of Ann Arbor’s natural areas have unique or notable species of plants and animals, but one special species that calls Argo home is North America’s only carnivorous butterfly. Really, it’s a carnivorous caterpillar—that of the harvester butterfly (Feniseca tarquinius). The larvae (caterpillars) eat wooly aphids, a common sucking insect. Join NAP […]

Stewards’ Circle: You’ve removed invasive plants – now what?

university of michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens 1800 N Dixboro Rd, Ann Arbor, 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 […]

$2.20

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 […]

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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