Events

March
2
Location
Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams
Time
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Expedition: Tree ID and Wetland Hike

During the summer, we can identify our favorite native plants as they grow leaves, flowers, and fruits, but during the winter, they tend to look a little different. Learn to distinguish trees and native species by their bark and branches and discover the unique characteristics that make each tree special.
This invigorating hike is not just a walk in the woods—it’s an exploration of the intricate world of trees and wetlands!

Join Scott Fetters, Private Land Biologist, and Jade Stuber of Upper Wabash Reservoirs and embark on this educational and scenic adventure.

Let’s celebrate the beauty of our native plants and deepen our connection with nature!

This event is sponsored by The Zimmer Biomet Foundation. 

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Mar 12
Workshop: The Small Farm of the Future

Workshop: The Small Farm of the Future

Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Don't miss this opportunity to create a greener and more sustainable future for your gardens and fields. Join us for a workshop that promises to empower you with the knowledge needed for successful and eco-friendly cultivation practices.

Mar 23
Growing Together Gardening Workshop: Part 2

Growing Together Gardening Workshop: Part 2

Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Planning your garden sets you up for success later in the year! You'll learn best practices for seed starting and garden planning.