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April 4th, 2018

Homegrown Conservation: Brittani Furlong hosts Frogtastic Night at Blue Week

Posted by: Sara DeMaria

By Ashlee Decker and Sara DeMaria, Green Ribbon Initiative People choose to live in certain places for all sorts of reasons, but for University of Toledo (UT) graduate, Brittani Furlong, it was the beauty of the fringed gentian that captured…

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March 1st, 2018

Peregrine Falcons: Tender Masters of the Sky

Posted by: Sara DeMaria

Of the many birds that call northwest Ohio home, arguably the most dramatic is the peregrine falcon. But these raptors also have a tender side. Learn more about the multifaceted peregrine from Cynthia Nowak of the Toledo Peregrine Project.

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February 6th, 2018

The Oak Openings in My Backyard: One Landowner’s Restoration Story

Posted by: Sara DeMaria

No matter how large or small your property is, you can help preserve the best of the Oak Openings. Jon Cross did and now has some of the region’s rarest plants growing.

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November 8th, 2017

Training the Next Generation of Land Stewards

Posted by: Ashlee Decker

The Nature Conservancy is now hosting “Field Fridays” for area University students. Each Friday from 1pm-4pm, university students are invited to Kitty Todd Preserve to experience hands-on restoration activities. The Nature Conservancy has created a schedule for the students with…

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