From hikes to conferences, there are many ways you can learn more about conservation in Ohio.
The City Club of Cleveland
850 Euclid Ave., 2nd Floor, Cleveland, OH 44114
September 21, 2016
The City Club of Cleveland Panel Discussion and Luncheon: Should Conservatives Embrace Clean Energy? Despite an increase in the number of Republican lawmakers and their constituents who back action to support clean energy, we are a long way from a compr... Learn more
Kitty Todd Nature Preserve
10420 Old State Line Road
Swanton, OH 43558
May 07, 2016 - October 01, 2016
Join one of our Kitty Todd volunteers for a nature hike around the preserve on the first Saturday of the month. We will meet in the Kitty Todd Office parking lot at 2pm. From there we will explore the preserve and see what birds and butterflies are flying and what pl... Learn more
Various outdoor sites throughout Ohio
Join The Ohio Nature Conservancy’s new Meetup Group, which is open to anyone who wants to enjoy Ohio’s best outdoor places in the company of others. On our MeetUp site, we will list hikes, bird walks, visits to our preserves and other social outings, alon... Learn more
Big Creek Park (4/16), Grand River Conservation Campus (6/25), Helen Hazen Wyman Park (9/17)
Identification and control techniques for landownersJoin staff from The Nature Conservancy for a free hands-on workshop that will teach landowners what invasive plants are and why they are bad, how to identify common plants and techniques that can be used to control ... Learn more
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