Organization: Western Wildlife Corridor
Habitat restoration is one of the most important things that WWC does! Once they have protected a property, either by owning it or through a conservation easement, their goal for the property is to keep it or restore it to a natural state, allowing native plants and animals to flourish.
Habitat restoration typically involves the removal of invasive species of plants. Once invasive plants are removed, native plants will often return on their own, although sometimes we will give nature a helping hand, for example by reseeding.
Help restore habitats with WWC in November (11/2 and 11/16)!
When Sat, November 2, 9:30am – 12:00pm
Where 5880 Hillside Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45233 (map)
What: Habitat restoration at Whitetail Woods Nature Preserve.
Project Leaders: Gary (513)-304-9303 and Tim (513)-922-2104.
How to get there: We will meet in the gravel parking area on Hillside Avenue below/in front of the Setco Manufacturing building just west of Bender Road. You can use the address of Setco Manufacturing, 5880 Hillside Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45233.
When Sat, November 16, 9:30am – 12:00pm
Where Bender Mountain Trail, 6320-6468 Bender Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45233, USA (map)
What it is: This project will be cutting honeysuckle at the Bender Mountain property owned by the Sisters of Charity.
Project Leaders: Tim (513)-922-2104 and Jeff (513) 451-1737
Location: Bender Mountain Trail, 6320-6468 Bender Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45233, USA