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Saturday, October 1
Prairie Walk and Seed Collection, Trella Romine Prairie, Green Camp
Enjoy an autumn day outdoors in the field learning about our native landscapes while helping to make a difference! Appalachia Ohio Alliance is joining with the Marion County Historical Society for a prairie walk and seed collection event in Green Camp. AOA board member Gale Martin will lead the walk and seed collection activities including identification of plant species and appropriate seed collection and storage techniques.
Learn about our native grassland habitats while collecting seeds from a variety of grass and prairie forb species growing at the site. Collected seed will be used to support native plant restoration and reintroduction efforts at several AOA properties.
To the 250 friends, partners, volunteers, exhibitors and collaborating organizations who participated in and helped make this event such a big success – and our largest event to date! Your support is greatly appreciated and directly responsible for our conservation achievements.
The Scioto River Flyway
Open House and Dedication
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Marsha Gunder Schneider Preserve – Pickaway County
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October – November 2016
Enjoy an autumn day outdoors in the field learning about our native landscapes while helping to make a difference! Appalachia Ohio Alliance is joining with [...]
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