Women in Conservation series starting soon

Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District’s Women in Conservation Series is starting soon. The series will be held at various locations in Ottawa County from 5:30-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday of every month from April through September.

The first workshop will be on April 20 at the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge. At the session participants will learn about the different birds that migrate through the area as well as go on a guided tour through the refuge. The cost of this session is $15.

The topics and dates for other sessions are:

May 18
Basket weaving at the Ottawa County Ag Complex ($20)

June 15
Natural skin care at Winous Point Marsh ($40)

July 20
Canoeing at Green Creek in Sandusky County

August 17
Beekeeping, location to be determined

September 21
Quarry history and Geocaching at Castalia Quarry ($20)

Each session will provide dinner, an opportunity to talk with experts in their field and socializing with other women interested in the outdoors.

Each session costs $15 unless otherwise noted. Sessions are limited to 15 participants so those interested are asked to sign up soon. To register of to receive more information call 419-898-1595 or visit ottawaswcd.com.

This series is held in cooperation with Sandusky Park District, Erie MetroParks, Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge and Winous Point Marsh.

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