Are you wondering what to give your mother for Mother’s Day? How about a beautiful, relaxing walk with expert birder, Julie Karlson. On Sunday, May 12, Tecumseh Land Trust (TLT) is hosting a Mother’s Day Bird walk, led by Julie, who will teach you about birds, bird calls, and much more. The walk will be held on a permanently preserved property owned by Bud & Jean Marsh which features a healthy woods, prairie, and pond – all great bird habitat. Bring your mother and help welcome back the returning birds!
The walk begins at 4pm at the Marsh Property located at 171 E. Hyde Road in Yellow Springs. This event is free to the enjoyment of the public thanks to the generous support of our members.
The Tecumseh Land Trust is a local nonprofit organization that has preserved nearly 22,000 acres of agricultural and natural land in Clark and Greene Counties over the last two decades. The land trust also works to educate the public about land preservation options and buying food directly from farmers. Direct sales of fresh food, or of value added products made from local crops, increase farm income and stimulate the local economy.
For more information call TLT at 937-767-9490, e-mail Krista Magaw at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.tecumsehlandtrust.org and click on “Calendar.”