The Indiana Master Naturalist Program (IMN) will be held on Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm to 8:30pm from September 30 through November 18. Sessions will be held at the Tippecanoe County Public Library and the Lilly Nature Center.
Stream Ecology, Entomology, Soils, Tree ID, Invasive Species, People & Natural History, Herpetology, Phenology
The IMN program can provide you with many hands-on opportunities to learn about our Hoosier natural resources. It also provides a way fro you to share that knowledge, along with your life experiences, through volunteer service to land trusts, soil and water conservation districts, state and local parks, or other natural resource and conservation agencies. The purpose of IMN is to:
- Provide an introduction to Hoosier natural resources through the eyes of resource professionals and experts in the field.
- Provide an educational opportunity to individuals 18 years or older.
- Provide an opportunity for course participants to establish a short or long-term partnership with a natural resources agency or local organization involved in natural resource management by volunteering as part of the course.
Click here for more information about the Indiana Master Naturalist program in general.
Click here to register for the Indiana Master Naturalist program in Tippecanoe County.
Free Conservation Discussion and Field Tour to be held on October 28, 2015.
Women who own or manage farmland in Tippecanoe and surrounding counties are invited to participate in a free conservation discussion and field tour held at the Stidham United Methodist Church in Lafayette. Women Caring for the Land is a women only, peer-to-peer, informal discussion about land stewardship goals and an open forum for sharing information with one another. Women conservationists will help facilitate the discussion and share resources that can help you reach your conservation goals, such as USDA cost-share programs and other tools.