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Book- Nature's Best Hope
Book- Nature's Best Hope

This book inspires a lot of our mission and what we do! We highly recommend you dig into this important read.

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Love Our Land YouTube
Love Our Land YouTube
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iNaturalist:
iNaturalist:

Want to become a citizen scientist? It's as easy as uploading your observations of plants, wildlife, fungi, and more to iNaturalist. The data collected from your pictures can help scientists, researchers, and policymakers better understand the status of biodiversity across the globe.  See our iNaturalist Project page for more.

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The Cornell Lab of Ornithology
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

This site is a great resource for learning about the variety of birds that inhabit North America.

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Old-Growth Forest Network:
Old-Growth Forest Network:

Learn about old-growth forests and efforts to protect and restore them across the U.S., including in SW Ohio.

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Pollinator Partnership:
Pollinator Partnership:

With a mission to promote the health of pollinators, critical to food and ecosystems, through conservation, education, and research, you can bet that Pollinator Partnership is a great source for information regarding how you can support bees, butterflies, moths, and more in your own community.

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Xerxes Society:
Xerxes Society:

As the leading organization for the conservation of invertebrates, such as butterflies, bees, and freshwater mussels, The Xerces Society is well positioned to weigh in on matters that affect these important organisms. You can confidently turn to them when you make your plans to help pollinators and other invertebrates! ​ The Risks of Pesticides to Pollinators: This page provides a crash course in understanding the adverse effects of insecticides on pollinators. Multiple lin

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Geocaching Tips
Geocaching Tips

Get out there, have fun, but leave no trace! This is a great activity for the family!

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Ohio Department of Agriculture
Ohio Department of Agriculture

Invasive Pests: Here you can learn about some of the most impactful nonnative invasive pests that have accidentally or purposefully been introduced to Ohio.

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Homegrown National Park:
Homegrown National Park:

Ready to take an active role in conservation? Check out the Homegrown National Park's website to learn how to promote biodiversity in your own yard and why it is so critically important.

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