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20 Winter Wonderland Hike
1:00 pm Get out for some winter fun at Redwood Hill Preserve
28 Food for Thought Nature Talk
12:00 pm From Seed to Table at the Depauville Free Library
23 Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Workshop with SLELO PRISM
11:00 am Help us search for HWA – at the IRLC Office, Redwood, NY
24 Food for Thought Nature Talk
12:00 pm Jefferson County’s Natural Rarity – Alvar at the Depauville Free Library
24 Easter Egg Hunt
12:00 pm Easter egg hunt and crafts at Redwood Hill Preserve
12:00 pm In Memory of Bread – a discussion on food history, celiac disease, plant science, gastronomy at the Depauville Free Library
12 Birds, Blossoms and Bugs Hike
10:00 am Enjoy the beauty and curiosities of spring with a hike led by Vici Diehl and MaryBeth Warburton at Baker Woods Preserve.
25 Memorial Day Hike
8:00 am Start your summer with a morning hike at Redwood Hill Preserve.
31 Pollinator Pathway Workshop
6 – 9 pm A Pollinator Pathway is a series of gardens containing native pollinator friendly plant species.
8 IRLC Water Quality Conference
9:00 am – 4:30 pm Discussions and presentations from local and state experts pertaining to the Indian River Lakes
14 Golden-winged Warblers Monitoring and Management in the North Country
6 – 8 pm Ft. Drum Ornithologist, Jeff Bolsinger, discusses Golden-winged Warblers.
28 Moonlight Paddle with TILT
8 – 9 pm A guided kayak adventure by moonlight on Butterfield Lake
30 Improving our Forests for Birds and Wildlife
9 – 2 pm A Forest Management Workshop presented by Andy Hinickle from Audubon NY
5 Pollinator Survey Training
6 – 8 pm with Steve and Vici Diehl
5 Moth Moonlight Madness
9 – 11:30 pm with Steve and Vici Diehl
12 Native Americans and the Land; a Different View of Sustainability in Northern New York
6:30 – 8:30 pm Dr. Laurie Rush discusses the relationship between Native Americans and the natural environment.
17-19 Kids’ Summer Camp
9 am – 12 pm A fun-filled nature learning experience for kids ages 3-12 (and its FREE!)
26 Conservation through the lives of Adirondack Loons
6 – 9 pm Cornell University Ornithologist, Scott Sutcliffe and Dr. Nina Scoch from the Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation discuss loons.
28 eBird Orientation
9 am – 12 pm A family-friendly learning experience about the ebird mobile phone app with Cornell University Lab of Ornithology’s Scott Sutcliffe.
2 Water Quality Assessments using Biological Indicators
6 – 8:30 pm Workshop for citizen scientists interested in learning how to assess and monitor stream health
4 Knee Deep in Stream Health and Ecology
9 am – 12 pm Benthic macroinvertebrate exploration workshop for kids of all ages
25 Celebration of the Lakes
5 pm Cheers to 20 years! IRLC’s annual celebration at Bella Brooke Vineyards
13 Falling Leaves Hike
10 am – 12 pm Grand Lake Reserve