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Milkweed to Monarchs in Schools

Milkweed to Monarchs in Schools

August 1, 2015  |  conservation, milkweed, monarch butterfly

By Melissa Sabo Teachers all over the tri-state area have been jumping at the opportunity to get their students involved with monarch conservation this year through the Nature Center’s Milkweed to

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Image of a glowing firefly sitting on a green leaf, surrounded by the yellow flashes of other fireflies in the distance.

Flashes in the Night

by Linda Romine As dusk approached on the evening of May 19, a small group of volunteers gathered and walked into the forest near Lotus Pond. They searched the trees and saw... nothing. They then walked to the cabin

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A white man in a pink shirt is holding a drill in his right hand as he positions a wooden plant on the side of a sculpture in the woods.

Finding Home

As an artist, I am interested in the intersection between art and the outside world - beyond the gallery walls. The sense of wonder in an unanticipated encounter brings out our child-like curiosity.

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Danie Frevola, a young white woman, points to a map in a forest as she conducts her research at Rowe Woods

Embarking on Tree Research

July 14, 2021

by Laura Schmid, Membership Manager One of the ethical concepts underlying the creation of Cincinnati Nature Center was the mindset proposed by Aldo Leopold in his famous Sand County Almanac. One of Leopold’s

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