You are cordially invited to OHC’s Annual Dinner on Friday, October 19, 2018, at 6:30pm at the Ohio County Historical Society in downtown Rising Sun, Indiana.
Your $30 admission helps fund conservation in southeast Indiana, and includes:
- Presentation by conservationist Andy Ertel. Ertel will share about the award-winning and community-wide pollinator efforts happening in Jennings County, and provide tips for your pollinator habitat. They set out to establish 300 pollinator habtiats in Jennings County in three years – but they ended up with 800!
- Fine dining with local beer and wine available
- An evening in this restored 19th century factory. The Historical Society museum will be open for us to enjoy
- Pollinator-themed silent auction
- An update on OHC’s conservation progress
- A chance to connect with other nature enthusiasts
The night’s pollinator theme (and location!) was inspired by our recent purchase of 85 acres of land near Rising Sun, which is now Monarch Meadows Nature Preserve. The land hosts an abundance of butterfly weed, milkweed, and breeding Monarchs – as well as many other species.
Purchase your tickets online today (just fill in your info below), or send a check for $30 per guest to Oak Heritage Conservancy, P.O. Box 335, Hanover, Indiana 47243. If you would like, you can click here to renew your membership. Thanks!