Learn more about this year’s native plants which include Pawpaw, Buttonbush and Woodland Stonecrop.See and learn about these plants
Invasive Garlic Mustard is threatening the survival of these butterflies. Volunteers are needed to pull the plant from natural areas.Survey West Virginia White
Management of White-tailed Deer populations in our region is based on science and best management practices.White-tailed Deer Statement
Wednesday, November 18, 2015, 10 am in the Rare Book Room at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Log your nature observations on LEAP’s project, Lower Lake Erie Region Citizen Science InventoryGo to iNaturalist.org
Learn about our conservation efforts to protect this imperiled butterflyLearn more
The building blocks of biodiversity in our regionLearn more
For membership and general information about any of LEAP’s initiatives, contact Renee Boronka.