Monthly Archives: June 2019

Celebrate National Pollinator Week with us!

DID YOU KNOW that an estimated 1/3 of all food & beverages are delivered by pollinators! Almost 90% of all flowering plants rely on animal pollinators for fertilization and about 200,000 species (e.g. bees & wasps, butterflies & moths, beetles … Continue reading

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THE ARID ROOM AT MILLER NATURE PRESERVE HAS AN OLD WORLD/NEW WORLD MAKEOVER! The  succulent and cacti room has been renovated.  It is now organized by “old world”; mainly, Asia and Europe and “new world”, North and South America. All … Continue reading

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Mountain Laurel and Roses starting at Schoepfle

Our best suggestion for viewing the flowers at Schoepfle Garden is wear your boots.  The ones that are really high up on your legs.  Like most places we have had a wet spring and there are some very wet areas … Continue reading

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Park Trekkers Family Camp

Only 1 week left to register for this FUN-for-the-whole family camp! This summer, we will be focusing on learning about & discovering the various habitats & wildlife inhabitants along the Children’s Nature Discovery Trail. Each morning will involve a hands-on … Continue reading

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OBERLIN – The Tree Trotter 5K Race Series kicked off on Sunday morning with the first of three summer races this season, as the Dash N’ Splash featured a 5K run and 1-mile Family Fun Run/Walk. A total of 54 … Continue reading

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