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Fourth Annual Linn Landowner Forum

Monarch Research Project

Sunday, September 29, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 4:15 PM (CDT)

Fourth Annual Linn Landowner Forum

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Linn County Landowner Forum 

The Fourth Annual Linn Landowners Forum will take place on Sunday, September 29, 2019, at the Monarch Research Project, 4970 Lakeside Road, Marion. If you are a Linn County landowner and interested in adding prairie to your land, starting or improving pollinator prairies, improving woodland health, talking with conservation experts, and more, this is the event for you!

 

 

 

 

Now in its fourth year, the Linn Landowner Forum is designed to help landowners interested in restoring native habitat on their land. Adding native habitat to your land benefits insects and wildlife, improves water quality, reduces flooding, and increases the value of your property! Each year this event keeps getting bigger, as Iowans begin to learn about the benefits of native, pollinator-friendly habitat. This year will definitely be our biggest yet. As always, the event includes:

  • 20+ vendors offering products and services targeted at habitat preservation
  • Fun, informative workshops
  • Opportunities to work one-on-one with habitat restoration experts
  • Inspirational speakers 
  • Free Linn Monarch Seed Mix giveaway
  • Spectacular butterfly release
  • Door prizes and more!

Did we mention this is going to be our biggest year ever? 

This year, we are thrilled to be hosting Dr. Doug Tallamy, the foremost national expert on insects and green infrastructure to educate, empower, and yes, even entertain us! Tallamy will take all of us on a stunning, visual journey, showing us how nature can --and will!-- provide for itself through a complex web of life that is highly dependent on a balance between plants and insects. Throughout this scenic tour of nature's miracles, he argues we all can “pay it forward” to nature by simply including more native plants in our landscapes. Recognized for his seminal book, "Bringing Nature Home," Tallamy sounds the charge for environmental responsibility as he offers us a guide to restoring “the little things that run the world.”

 

Event Agenda


12:00PM - Vendor Expo Opens

 

 1:00PM -  Keynote presentation - Dr. Doug Tallamy

 

  2:30PM - Concurrent Breakout Sessions *

 

Session 1: "Prairie 201 - Now What?" 

Session 2: "Trees, Natives, and Outlaws...What to do? What to do?"

                   [outdoor walking session] 

* Note: Participants will be able to attend both sessions 

 

 4:00PM - Forum Wrap-Up & Butterfly Release     

 

                Plus...Drawing for door prizes!

 

 

Here in Iowa, we are lucky to have some of most beautiful land in the country, and we are entrusted with land stewardship responsibilities. Together, we can 1) have fun, and 2) begin setting the future benchmark for other results-oriented, passionate, habitat-focused communities!

 

Special thanks to Alliant Energy for sponsoring this event for the third year!

 

Note: If you prefer to pay by check please mail a check, payable to Monarch Research Project, for the total amount, along with your name, address, email address and phone number to:  Linn County Conservation, Attn Jenny Corbett, 10260 Morris Hills Road, Toddville Iowa 52341

Have questions about Fourth Annual Linn Landowner Forum? Contact Monarch Research Project

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Monarch Research Station
4970 Lakeside Road
Marion, IA 52302

Sunday, September 29, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 4:15 PM (CDT)


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Monarch Research Project

The Linn Landowner Forum is proudly sponsored by Alliant Energy

 

Along with the Monarch Research Project, the annual Linn Landowner Forum is also organized by:

 

  • Indian Creek Nature Center
  • Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation
  • Linn County Conservation
  • Linn Soil and Water Conservation District
  • Natural Resource Conservation Service
  • Pheasants Forever
  • Trees Forever

 

Doug Tallamy's lecture is funded, in part, by a grant from the Linn County Board of Supervisors Witwer Trust.



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