January 2021 News
Welcome to the start of a new year, better days ahead, and new opportunities to learn about the native plants of Michigan. We are planning a wider variety of programs to engage more people who share interests in restoring biodiversity in their home landscapes, building healthy habitats, attracting wildlife, and being creative. Each monthly newsletter features the current programs and may include other chapter updates.January 10 (Sunday)   2:00-3:00PM Woody Winter Wonderland 1Take an afternoon walk in the fresh winter air to discover trees. Learn to recognize characteristics that help you identify woody species especially those without leaves. Meet Jeanne Henderson, Mid-Mitten president, at Chippewa Nature Center’s Arboretum near the Homestead entrance. We will social distance and wear masks. Identification is the first step in learning about a species and how it fits into the environment.

January 11 (Monday) 6:30-8:00PM  Woody Winter Wonderland 2
During this online indoor program you will learn to recognize characteristics that help you identify woody species, especially those without leaves. Presented by Jeanne Henderson; there will be time for Q & A and chapter news update. To receive the link for this online program, email  [email protected] .