Pannier Announces 2021 Photo Contest Winners (panniergraphics.com)
You can help increase native plants in your area. Go to www.worldwildlife.org/plantwildflowers2021 to see a list of some native plants that are great for pollinators for your area.
Have you checked out Evergreen’s Storymaps? We have updated the Hiking Trails within Indiana with an additional 7 hiking trails. We also have another Storymaps, Environmental Sites in Indiana County. Each Storymaps is filled with locations that are open and accessible to the public. Check out the updated version below and share with your friends […]
EVERGREEN CONSERVANCY ANNUAL MEETING The Evergreen Conservancy board has scheduled its annual meeting of members and friends on Thursday August 12th at 6:30pm at the Tanoma Environmental Center. The center is located at the intersection of Tanoma and Rayne Church Roads. Look for signs pointing to the center on routes 119N and 286 E. The […]
We wanted to make you aware of an educational opportunity you may want to take advantage of to “kick-off” the start of a new school year! Elizabeth Bruner has been a 13-year member of the Indiana County 4-H program and is culminating her 4-H career with her diamond project (equivalent to an eagle scout award), […]
Evergreen Conservancy received an Indiana Rotary Grant to purchase signs that will inform the public about Riparian Buffer Zones (RBZ). One large sign (pictured) and three smaller signs were dispersed where RBZs have been planted to increase nearby stream quality by planting trees and shrubs. These signs can be found at the Benfranklin Elementary School, […]
We had a work day at Tanoma on Wednesday to do some spring maintenance and put up our story walk that the Indiana Free Library laminates every year for us. This year the book is “My Happy Year by E. Bluebird (Paul Meisel) Thanks goes out to the Library staff for the book and thanks […]
Each fall, hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies migrate from the United States and Canada to mountains in central Mexico where they wait out the winter until conditions favor a return flight in the spring. The monarch migration is truly one of the world’s greatest natural wonders yet it is threatened by habitat loss at […]