Other Programs of Interest to Wild Ones Members


 Wild Ones, River City-Grand Rapids Area

Visit www.rivercitywildones.org for full program descriptions and directions to program sites.
Programs are open to all and are free of charge.  Programs (unless otherwise specified) are held at Bunker Interpretive Center (BIC) at Calvin College, 1750 East Beltline Ave SE, Grand Rapids 49546, on the third Monday of the month, February through November.

March 20, 6:30 p.m.
Location: BIC
Topic: The Michigan Dune Alliance–Restoring Eastern Lake Michigan Coastal Ecosystems
Presenter: Shaun Howard, Nature Conversancy

April 17, 6:30 p.m.
Location: BIC
Topic: Biological Control of Invasive Plants
Presenter: Dr. Doug Landis, Professor of Entomology, Michigan State University

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 Wednesday, March 29, 7:00 p.m.
Climate Ready Kalamazoo: Climate Action Planning
Schneider Hall, WMU Haworth College of Business

Hear from Michigan cities that already have Climate Action Plans; talk with Kalamazoo officials and planners about planning for our city. More information at http://hopeforcreation.net.


Wednesday, April 19, 7 to 9 p.m.
Award-­winning documentary “SEED: THE UNTOLD STORY” Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 2208 Winchell, Kalamazoo

This new film has been called “a symphony of hope” (Anchorage Press), “a wonder” (Village Voice), and “The most essential, illuminating and enraging film since Food, Inc.”
(NYC Movie Guru).  Part of the CORE film series on community. Free admission.


Saturday, April 22, all day
Earth Day Celebration

Events at Kalamazoo Nature Center and at Earth Day in Bronson Park. For details, see
kalamazoonaturecenter.org. Stand by for more details about Earth Day in the Park, with several co-­‐sponsors.


Designing with Native Plants

Online, self-paced course

This entirely self-paced online course will teach you the basics of designing with native plants and show you how to incorporate native plants into your garden and landscape. Discover the variety of native plants found throughout New England and learn how to design a visually interesting landscape that also supports biodiversity. Students complete the course at their own pace.

Open enrollment begins Monday, November 14 and ends Sunday, April 2.

Program Code: HORO100
Fee: $64 (Member) / $80 (Nonmember)
Limit: Unlimited
Certificate: Elective: HD/Adv.HD
Online Registration: