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Saturday, April 15
Trillium Festival Photo Contest at Mathias Grove
Participate in the AOA Trillium Festival Photo Contest to be held simultaneously with the Trillium Festival. This contest is open to the public, all ages and photographic skill levels. Registration forms will be available at the festival.
For information consult the Photo Contest flier and Rules. Prizes have been donated by Midwest Photo.
Saturday, April 15
Trillium Festival at Mathias Grove
The gorgeous Hocking Hills springtime wildflower show is upon us, highlighted by the “great white trillium” flowers. Please join us for a fun day of hiking, fellowship, good food, ice cream and the wonder of the great outdoors while enjoying our spring floral display at Mathias Grove.
2016 AOA Year in Review Available
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Stay tuned for our schedule of exciting 2017 events!
Please stay tuned for an exciting 2017 event schedule to be posted shortly. We are planning more trips to fabulous AOA properties such as Bison Hollow in the Hocking Hills as well as a slam bang 15th Anniversary Celebration! Please join us.
April – May 2017
Take this opportunity to visit the fabulous forested hills at Mercer Woods for a naturalist-led hike. View spring wildflowers and other Hocking Hills features.
AOA Honorary Board member and naturalist Paul Knoop will lead a spring wildflower hike on AOA’s gorgeous state-designated State Nature Preserve in Sugar Grove.
When we consider what it took to create this landscape, we must also consider what we can do to insure that future generations will also be able to marvel at its beauty.
The scenic views, diversity of plants and wildlife, and quiet times in the country will all be enhanced by the security of knowing that things can stay this way into the future.
In the end, I decided to sell my property to AOA because I love it so much. It was hard to part with it – but I am not really parting with it – it is there forever thanks to AOA.
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