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Tax deductible contributions to the Green Ribbon Initiative will be used to support education and stewardship work in the Oak Openings Region.

To donate to the Oak Openings Habitat Protection and Restoration Fund, click here.

To donate to the Oak Openings Carbon Offset Fund, click here.

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Volunteer Workday at Kitty Todd Nature Preserve

Experience the 1000-acre Kitty Todd Nature Preserve first hand and behind-the-scenes.  The preserve is a complex of oak savanna and wet prairie that developed on sand and clay deposited by glacial Lake Warren, the ancient predecessor of present day Lake Erie.  Help TNC staff and experienced volunteers to protect and manage these important habitats.

2019 Volunteer Work Days at Kitty Todd Nature Preserve

April 6 – Brush removal at Mosely Barrens Central or South with guided nature hike (Family-Friendly Event)

April 20 – Vetch pulling at Moseley Barrens (Family-Friendly Event)

May 4 – Invasive Plant Surveys (Family-Friendly Event)

Kitty Todd Nature Preserve.