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It’s the Beginning of Trillium Season for Most of Ohio

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We had one of the longest blooming periods in recent history for snow trillium, which began to bloom in mid-February and lasted until about the middle of April in parts of Ohio...


Invest in the Best of Southeast Ohio's State Nature Preserves

Posted on 3/13/2015 by State Nature Preserves

Diverse landscapes offer a variety of habitats for unique plants and animals in southeast Ohio. A number of rare species are protected in the region’s 26 state nature preserves because of the generosity of Ohioans who donated a portion of their tax refunds to the State Nature Preserves Fund.

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Ohio Botanical Symposium Set for March 27 in Columbus

Posted on 3/9/2015 by State Nature Preserves

The fascinating biology and ecology of ferns, Cedar Bog, edible wild plants, urban forests and goldenrods are some of the topics to be discussed on Friday, March 27, during the 13th Ohio Botanical Symposium.

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