Sunday, August 13 – Rescheduled Date
Jus Fishin’ – See and Catch Fish on Big Darby Creek

Enjoy some quality time outdoors on Big Darby Creek, Ohio’s premier scenic river for a fun fishing event. We will see and catch fish on the Cline property along a beautiful section of Big Darby Creek near Darbyville, while learning more about the many fish which call this waterway home.

Bob Gable, Ohio Scenic Rivers Program Manager, will net samples of a variety of fish from the creek and place them in a live well on his boat so they can be viewed up close. A biologist recognized for his expertise on fish and mussels in Big Darby Creek, Bob will discuss the types of fish that live in the Big Darby including some rare species as well as game fish.

This is event is open to all ages and skill levels. Take this opportunity for an enjoyable outdoor experience with any and all family members.

Event Information
Fishing
Fishing

Save the Date – Saturday, October 21
15 Year Anniversary Celebration Dinner
at the Wagnalls Memorial Library, Lithopolis

Featured Guest Speaker: Paul Knoop
AOA Founder and Honorary Board Member
A View to the Future – Riparian and Habitat Corridor Conservation

Please join us in celebrating 15 years of land and water conservation achievements and your role in helping to sustain our success.

 

Information and registration page to be added soon.

Fishing

Trillium Festival Photo Contest Winners Recognized

Vierow 1st Place Trillium Photo Contest

Linda Vierow
1st Place

Congratulations to
Linda Vierow
for this fabulous first place image!

AOA is very grateful for all of the Trillium Festival Photo Contest participants.
We hope that everyone had fun and enjoyed the beautiful natural landscapes and wildflowers that AOA is conserving.

Honorable mention images and participants will be posted on Facebook.

A special thank you to co-chairman Kathy Cubert and Bruce Wunderlich for their time and the hard work it took to make this event a success!

Also thanks to our photo judges – Jim Crotty and Vincent Nobel – who had to make the difficult call of picking winners from so many good submittals.

Richardson 2nd Place Trillium Photo Contest

2nd Place
Jason Richardson

Giammarco 3rd Place Trillium Photo Contest

3rd Place
Nick Giammarco

Giammarco 3rd Place Trillium Photo Contest

Thanks again to contest sponsor Midwest Photo for donating the prizes!

2016 AOA Year in Review Available

Thanks to your support 2016 was another successful year for land and water conservation. Check out our most recent Year in Review and catch up on our progress. If you would like to receive a hard copy via mail, please contact AOA at aoalt@earthlink.net.

2016 Year in Review
AOA 2016 Year in Review Now Available

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Upcoming Events

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.

August – October 2017

Aug
27
Sun
Snake Den Mounds and Beekeeping Tour at Barr Family Farms
Aug 27 all-day
Walk the site of three stone mounds located on a glacial ridge preserved by an AOA and learn about our native American history. Then visit [...]
Sep
2
Sat
Nature Walk at AOA Demonstration Site
Sep 2 all-day
OSU Wildlife Program Specialist Marne Tichenell will lead a family friendly nature walk focusing on the many native habitats at AOA’s Demonstration Site.
Oct
7
Sat
Native Seed Collection at Trella Romine Prairie Preserve
Oct 7 all-day
Learn about prairie plants while helping to collect native plant seed to be used to help establish new grassland prairies on AOA properties.
Oct
14
Sat
Fall Color Hike at Camp Oty Okwa Conservation Easement
Oct 14 all-day
Participate in an old growth forest hike featuring an old growth forest ecosystem and Hocking Hills geography.
Oct
21
Sat
AOA Annual Dinner
Oct 21 all-day
Help us celebrate AOA’s 15 Year Anniversary and conservation achievements.

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Testimonials

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.
Paul Knoop
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.
Larry R. Menchhofer

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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Steve Fought

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