EVENTS, PROGRAMS, HIKES, VOLUNTEERING, & MORE

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BCWA provides opportunities to learn, volunteer and have fun with us! From educational hikes, to ridding our wetlands of invasive species, we celebrate our wetlands in many ways…JOIN US!

Event Listing

Build Boardwalk at Amon Reserve

Friday, February 23 Location: James P. Amon Biodiversity Reserve Time: 9:30am – 2:30pm Activity: Building a bump out in the boardwalk, installing a bench Tools: Drill/Drivers with batteries needed Parking: On Deercreek Drive, the grassy area is muddy. Notes: If you arrive late, follow the boardwalk or trails south. The work site will be along the boardwalk. Our […]

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Volunteer Rally

Come to BCWA’s Volunteer Rally! At our rally, you learn about volunteering options and what to expect when volunteering with us. Meet Beth Edsall, Outreach Director and volunteer coordinator, along with volunteer leads for land management, committees and other regular, committed volunteers. Please REGISTER HERE We are in need of volunteers who want to help […]

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Blue Bird Nest Box Training

The Beaver Creek Wetlands Association and Greene County Parks & Trails are hosting a workshop for volunteers who have interest in monitoring a bluebird trail during the Spring and Summer nesting seasons. Learn about the plight of Eastern Bluebirds and other native, cavity-nesting birds, and what we can do to offset the damage done by […]

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Skunk Cabbage & Snow Trillium Hunt

Join Dave Nolin for our first spring outing at Pearl’s Fen as we seek to find skunk cabbage along the boardwalk and snow trilliums hidden amongst the trees. This leisurely walk is 2 miles in length. The snow trilliums are on a steep hill and require crossing a narrow creek to see them. Sunday, March […]

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BCWA and ODNR Present: Historical Influences of the Miami Valley Landscape Featuring: Dave Nolin and Talon Silverhorn

On Saturday, April 27th at 10 am at Beavercreek High School, Dave Nolin will be presenting on the historical land usage of the Miami Valley dating back to 1800 and how it has changed. Talon Silverhorn of the Shawnee Tribe will be speaking on the cultural and historical perspective. We’ll also hear about the Great […]

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Native Plants: Nurturing Nature and Our Community

Mark your calendars for BCWA’s Native Plant Sale and Speaker Series! Stay tuned for more details coming soon, including the schedule of educational speakers. Interested vendors please click the image below to access our electronic vendor agreement form. Last day for vendor registration is Friday May 3, 2024. Secure your spot today!

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