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Sunday, June 14
Bird Habitat and Nest Box Workshop
Join AOA and representatives of the Columbus Audubon Society and the Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative for a workshop on cavity-nesting birds. Look inside active nesting boxes and learn about bird boxes, bird banding and wild bird habitat for the species in our area. Cavity-nesting bird expert Darlene Sillick will help answer your birding and nesting questions.
This unique event will provide an opportunity to see inside active nest boxes and view young birds up close! We’ll learn to tell how old a nestling is, how to band birds, and why scientists use leg bands to study bird populations. This is a family-friendly event. Please feel free to bring the kids and instill stewardship values.
Help us protect our wildflowers and native landscapes.
Volunteer with AOA!
We need your help to fight the Garlic Mustard scourge. We know garlic mustard pulling is not the most glamorous activity but it is badly needed and we cannot do it alone.
You can help us make a difference and enhance the quality of the rare and wonderful native habitats at our preserves.
Austin Battles, AOA’s AmeriCorps Stewardship Coordinator is on our preserve properties most every day working on the many invasives. We are continuing to focus on garlic mustard for the next several weeks until they have all gone to seed.
If you would like to volunteer some time to help Austin please call him at 440.223.0287 or email email@example.com. He would welcome your company and assistance and can coordinate arrangements. A schedule and information regarding AOA’s invasive removal activities for the next several weeks is available on our website and posted on our Facebook page. You may call Austin or any AOA staff directly for more information (AOA office no. = 614-721-2656).
AOA’s Invasive Removal Schedule and Information
Get out and enjoy the peace and serenity of the woodlands and catch the last of the spring wildflowers while helping with conservation stewardship.
Read more about Austin’s stewardship work
A sea of Garlic Mustard smothering Phlox and other wildflowers
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Amazed. Inspired. Grateful.
You made it happen during the BIG GIVE May 12-13, 2015 and we are overwhelmed with gratitude. AOA is now able to preserve the only bog in Franklin County!
Serving our mission of building a land and water conservation legacy for our community is only possible with your help. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts.
Please join us at an AOA event soon so we can thank you in person!
2014 AOA Year in Review Now Available
Thanks to your support 2014 was another successful year for land and water conservation. To catch up on our progress check out our most recent Year in Review. If you would like to receive a hard copy via mail, please contact Kosby Carrico at 614.721.2656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AOA honored with prestigious Conservation Achievement Award from the Ohio Environmental Council at their annual Green Gala.
Appalachia Ohio Alliance is dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of our land and water as sustainable natural resources that are an asset and a legacy for our community
Appalachia Ohio Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of land and water resources in Appalachia Ohio. Find out how you can help our cause.
July – September 2015
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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.