by Jeff Corney, Executive Director
Ohioans are blessed with an abundance of water. With Ohio’s share of Lake Erie to the north, the Ohio River to the south and east, plus thousands of lakes, streams, rivers,
by Connie O'Connor, Director of Applied Learning
Once upon a time, 200,000 years ago, the only source of light for Homo sapiens was the sun. We evolved to be diurnal, which means active during the day.
By Montana Scott, Environmental Interpretation Fellow
It’s a warm, sunny afternoon and a monarch butterfly lands on a purple coneflower. Next to it, a Ruby-throated Hummingbird hovers, sipping from the bright red
By Jason Neumann, Public Programs Manager
It’s June and the larger-than-your-face, white umbrella-shaped blooms of American elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) burst from the greenery, seemingly out of nowhere.