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Try these eco-friendly, easy to make gifts for the nature lover in your family. Backyard Bird Feeder Total Time Needed : 1 Hour Spoon-feed your winged neighbors with this homemade birdseed dispenser. Materials Clean 1-liter soda bottle Craft knife wooden... Continue reading
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SAVE THE DATE!!! Announcing the second annual Holiday Art & Gift Boutique, featuring local artists and their handmade work. Here are the details: WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 11th – 10 AM to 4 PM WHERE: Brooklyn Memorial United Methodist Church, 2607... Continue reading
Sept. 18, 2010. Started meeting at 1:45pm Gloria introduced our organization and herself and Sharon to the attendee’s. Then everyone in the room introduced themselves. Gloria introduced Tom Romito who was to facilitate our annual planning meeting. And so we... Continue reading
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On July 17th, we officially dedicated “A forest trail in the city”, a pocket park created out of an empty land bank property. This is the first of our two vacant lot projects that we received a grant for through... Continue reading
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Last year Gloria and I embarked on a project to create something from nothing. With the help of a grant from the Re-Imagining Cleveland program, a piece of land from the Cleveland Land Bank, the design expertise of Joe Mesnick... Continue reading
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On Saturday, July 10th, the Brooklyn Centre Naturalist Kids Program, "Nature through Art, Music and More", will take their first field trip to the City of Cleveland's Rockefeller Park Greenhouse. The first plans for the City Greenhouse were presented in... Continue reading
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On Tuesday, March 9 Brooklyn Centre Naturalists and Friends of Big Creek joined forces to bring the NEO community a mini-symposium called “Putting the 'U' in Urban Watershed Stewardship”. This symposium explored how an individual could impact the Greater Cleveland... Continue reading
Many of you have probably already received your seed catalogues in the mail and will soon be busily preparing designs for your 2010 gardens. February will be no different for the kids involved in the Nature thru Art, Craft &... Continue reading
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Brooklyn Centre Naturalist member Greg Cznadel sent along this great idea for a winter backyard project. He Bought a tree, bought a dozen ears of corn, split them, used paperclips to hang them from the tree, and he has the... Continue reading
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The Brooklyn Centre Naturalists, a group of neighbors and business people in the 44109 zip code area who are working to make Brooklyn Centre a registered National Wildlife Habitat, think that they have come up with a unique holiday gift... Continue reading
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Art work and ornaments created by the children in the Brooklyn Centre Naturalists Saturday morning program, Nature through Arts and Crafts, will be on sale at the BCCA Santa’s Gift Boutique on Saturday, December 5th. The Boutique will be from... Continue reading
Brooklyn Centre Naturalists Meeting Minutes for 09/12/09 Gloria gave a quick rundown on where we stand on the Neighborhood Connections Grant, and we have made the first cut. We now have a meeting for the second step. Our grant proposal... Continue reading
Thanks to the great weather, a dedicated group of volunteers and the graciousness Pastor Pam Buzalka from the Brooklyn Memeorial United Methodist Church on Archwood Ave., the first annual Brooklyn Centre Naturalists Natïve Plant sale was a complete success. We... Continue reading
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Wild Flower and Native Plant Sale Saturday & Sunday September 5th & 6th, 10:00am to 5:00pm Come to the Archwood September Street Fair and stop at the Brooklyn Centre Naturalists Native Plant Sale in front of the United Methodist Church.... Continue reading
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Wild Flower and Native Plant Sale Saturday & Sunday September 4th & 5th, 10:00am to 5:00pm Come to the Archwood September Street Fair and stop at the Brooklyn Centre Naturalists Native Plant Sale in front of the United Methodist Church.... Continue reading
For the Saturday, August 8th meeting, the Brooklyn Centre Naturalists are pleased to present a free program by Terry Duncan, local Habitat Steward with the National Wildlife Federation. Terry will teach you that creating a certified wildlife habitat in your... Continue reading
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The July issue of the Old Brooklyn News reports on the Brooklyn Centre Naturalists Methodist Church Landscape Project. Thanks to everyone for all their hard work and help with this project. Continue reading