The busy fall field season is upon us! Would you like to spend some time in nature and help us steward our properties? Read on! There are a variety of events and ways to get involved. Some events are weather dependent so please RSVP to email@example.com for each event you plan to attend. See you soon!
September 15, 16, 22, and 23 at Hawk Cliff Woods
Hawk Cliff Weekends! For those of you who haven't been before, it's one of our signature events, hosted in partnership with the St Thomas Field Nats, Hawk Cliff Raptor Banders, and volunteers from Monarch Watch. The partner organizations run twice daily Hawk Talks and Monarch Butterfly talks. The Raptor Banders usually bring over Peregrine Falcons, Sharp-shinned Hawks, and other birds from the nearby banding station and release them during the talks - really cool if you haven't seen it before.
September 21, 10am-3pm at Hawk Cliff Woods
Set up day for Hawk Cliff Weekends. Help us organize the parking area, put up signage, etc.
September 28, 9:30am-12pm at Hawk Cliff Woods
We have Fanshawe College Horticulture Program students joining us for vegetation monitoring, wetland planting, garlic mustard removal and native seed collecting. We need some leaders to help the groups with their tasks.
September 29, 10:30am-3pm at Joany's Woods
We are working with UWO to prepare restoration plans for Joany's Woods (e.g. plantations, olive thickets). The 35 students will be split into 7 groups. We are looking for volunteers to help the students understand the property, vegetation communities, plant ID and possible restoration actions. And just to keep them from getting lost. If you are willing to help please let us know!
October 2, 10am-3pm at Five Points Forest
Invasive woody plant removal at Five Points Forest. Tackle those buckthorns and help save our woodlands!
October 9, 10:30am-3pm at Joany's Woods
Invasive woody plant removal at Joany's Woods. Tackle those autumn olives and help save our habitats!