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2020 Plant Sale List

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Native Plant Symposium

POSTPONED to Sept. 2021​


Plant Sale

 2021​

Hosted at


Gibson Woods nature Preserve

6201 Parrish Ave.
Hammond, IN 46323

(219) 844-3188

Meetings are held on the 1st Saturday of the month
(see Meetings & Events page for details)

2020

CALENDAR OF EVENTS


Meetings are at 10:00 a.m. the first Saturday of each month (unless otherwise noted).

Typically held at Gibson Woods Environmental Awareness Center

6201 Parrish Avenue, Hammond, IN 46323

Phone 219-844-3188


Due to Covid-19 restrictions, some meetings will be held via Zoom or at other locations.

Please check the calendar prior to an event for any changes/updates.





All regular meetings are free of charge and open to the public.



Saturday, February 6th   10:00-11:30 a.m. 

 

Zoom Presentation: 

Indigenous Landscapes for Practical Uses


This presentation will discuss planting landscapes that are beautiful, educational and practical for both wildlife and people. Certified as a Monarch Butterfly Expert from the University of Minnesota, Billie Warren will highlight the milkweed plant as it has cultural significance and tells a story about our relationship with nature.

Billie Warren, Educational and Environmental Consultant and Pokagon Potawatomi citizen, works on sharing her unique Indigenous perspective on History and Environmental Sustainability.  Billie's work spans over a twenty-year period working with universities, municipalities, public schools, National Parks, Non-Profit organizations, Conservation Groups, Conservation Projects, Historical Societies and museums.  In June 2019 she founded Jibek Mbwakawen Inc. to improve the community’s environment by connecting people back to the land from an indigenous perspective.  Billie earned a BA degree from Indiana University Northwest (IUN) and is pursuing a Graduate Degree in Public and Environmental Affairs at IUN. Billie identifies as Bear Clan, is a water protector, seed keeper, and steward of the land.

Please contact Kim Moor at kckim10@gmail.com or call/text 219-433-5731 to RSVP for this Zoom Presentation. A link will be sent to you.
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Saturday, March 6th     10:00 - 11:30 a.m.


To Be Announced