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Conservation

  1. Annual Seedling Sale Orders

    March 1, 2019, 6:30 AM - March 29, 2019, 4:00 PM @ Wayne Conservation District

    The sale features seedlings and transplants of a variety of native trees, shrubs and ornamentals, many of which are favored by wildlife. This year’s offering includes two seed mixes – one to attract and sustain pollinating insects like honeybees and butterflies and the other to provide food and shelter for wildlife like turkey and deer. The mixes are made up of native seeds and can be purchased by the ounce for small areas and by the pound for larger plots. You can buy Red Pine, Norway Spruce, Concolor Fir, Chestnut Oak, Butternut, Chokecherry, Silky Dogwood and Button Bush along with Black Eyed Susans and Purple Cone Flower, as well as blue bird nesting boxes, tree and tree shelters are also available.

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  1. Trivia Night

    March 14, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Wayne County Public Library

    Get rid o those winter blues with a night of trivia competition. Gather a team of four t six adults and compete for prizes and a fun time at the Wayne County Public Library.

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  2. Author Talk "The Stillness of the Living Forest: A Year of Listening and Learning"

    March 14, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ The Cooperage Project

    Author John Harvey talks about his recent publication, "The Stillness of The Living Forest: A Year of Listening and Learning." . It started with a personal commitment to sit an hour a week for a full year at the same spot in the forest. The intention was to connect with nature and to observe the flow of natural life through the four seasons. As the year progressed, John learned more about the natural world and by extension humanity and himself than he would have ever imagined possible. Drawing on his background in psychology he recognized the therapeutic and healing potential of a nature connection and his journal grew into a book.

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