The 2014 Sunflower Photo contest is now closed! Thank you for all the entries. There are lots of them for us to look at. Winners will be announced soon.
November 7, 2014
Montgomery County Food Policy Coalition Summit
October 11, 2014 8:30-4
Climate Conversations: Oct. 9th, 7-9pm
Yellow Springs has been actively involved in the New York City Climate March, spurring momentum for continued climate change justice at home. The “Climate Conversations” event on October 9th will act as format to debrief from NYC’s events and discuss next steps for local action. We’ll start by viewing highlights from the just-released documentary “Disruption”; hear stories and see film clips from the Yellow Springs contingent to the New York Climate March; get an update on the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change process from UD Professor Bob Brechha; and discuss what we can do next. This is a great opportunity to find out what local organizations are already doing and network with like-minded people. The conversation begins at 7PM at the Vernet Ecological Center (Glen Helen Building), and is co-sponsored by The Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions, Glen Helen, Antioch College, and Tecumseh Land Trust.
Please join the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1480762798839310/
For more information, call Community Solutions at 937-767-2161
Looking for a new home?
A property that Tecumseh Land Trust holds an easement on is up for sale. If you are an interested buyer, we would be happy to explain the specifications of the easement to you. Give us a call at 937-767-9490. The locations are:
1217 St Rt 343, Yellow Springs
Who we are
Tecumseh Land Trust is a nonprofit conservation organization serving Greene and Clark Counties of Ohio and surrounding areas. The purpose of Tecumseh Land Trust is to preserve agricultural land, natural areas, water resources, and historic sites, in voluntary cooperation More...
Tecumseh Land Trust has preserved over 22,000 acres in Clark and Greene counties and surrounding areas. Included in the mix is a vibrant array of large and small farms, natural areas, and stream corridors. The work of this organization has helped to protect the regions More...
Tecumseh Land Trust was the first land trust in Ohio to become accredited. To find out more information about preserving land, accreditation, FRPP, AEPP, land trusts, and the easement process, Click here.