Ouabache Land Conservancy is excited to share details for our annual meeting and banquet. Please read through and RSVP if you plan to attend!
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Time: 6:00 Social Hour & Silent Auction: 7:00 Dinner
Location: Tredegar Technical Center, 3400 Ft. Harrison Rd., Terre Haute
Guest Speaker: Indiana Division of Nature Preserves State Botanist/Plant Ecologist Michael Homoya. Homoya is the author of Wildflowers and Ferns of Indiana Forests and Orchids of Indiana. Prior to statehood Indiana was a land of forests, wetlands, barrens, canebrakes, and prairies. Herds of bison traveled ancient paths, passenger pigeons darkened the skies, and wolves, bears and panthers roamed the land. The veracity of first person accounts varies, but Homoya's research will "paint" a picture of "original" Indiana during his talk.
We will also have a special presentation from Amber Slaughterbeck, Regional Specialist for Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management, on SICIM's new CISMA initiative.
The meeting will include a dinner catered by FiFi's Lunchbox:
Herb Roasted Chicken & Braised Beef Brisket
Rosemary Roasted Red Potatoes & Fresh Broccoli Spears
Tossed Salad & Tea/Lemonade
Vegetarian Option: Quinoa Power Salad
Please RSVP to Evan Boyer, email@example.com, your reservations with name of each person by March 29. Also, please indicate if you would prefer the vegetarian option.
Prices (all attendees must include current OLC membership of minimum of $25 per household):
Current 2018 OLC member - $25/person and $25 per guest
Renewing member - $50/member (includes 2018 membership) and $25 per guest
First-time members- $40/member (includes 2018 membership) and $25 per guest
Student members- $30/member (includes 2018 membership)
Children 12 and under - 1 free with each paying adult (additional children $7 each)
Seating is limited and RSVP is required. Money will be collected at the door.
We hope to see you there!!