Greene County News Report
FAIRBORN — B-W Greenway Community Land Trust, in cooperation with the Fairborn Community Library, will continue their monthly Sense of Place Program with a presentation on the Clark County Park District at 6 p.m. Monday, July 6 at the Fairborn Community Library.
Donna Lewis, Program Coordinator, Clark County Park District, will be providing an overview of the park district’s properties, scenic trails and the beautiful wildlife, plants and nature treasures of each. Lewis will also be discussing the birds in the wetlands and play their songs for everyone to hear. Additionally, she will have furs from the different animals that live in the wetlands.
The B-W Greenway Community Land Trust has implemented this free monthly series, to put guests in touch with their own local habitat. Among the B-W Greenway goals are preserving and promoting natural corridors between the Beaver Creek and Wenrick Wetlands, protecting ground and surface water, encouraging sustainable agriculture, and in this case particular case, preserving and enhance native plant, wildlife and aquatic habitats.
Regular program participants will gain useful knowledge with the opportunity to attain an “I Know My Watershed” certificate. All attendees receive a free Local Foods Directory put together by the B-W Greenway Food and Farming Committee.
The Sense of Place Program is open to all adults and children who are supervised by adults are welcome. For further information, visit www.bwgreenway.org or email email@example.com. Register by calling the Fairborn Community Library at 937-878-9383 or on the online calendar at www.greenelibrary.org.