West Virginia White butterfly

Help Save West Virginia White

Invasive Garlic Mustard is threatening the survival of these butterflies. Volunteers are needed to pull the plant from natural areas.

Find a garlic mustard pull
Black Gum, one of the native plants of the year.

2014 Native Plants of the Year

Learn more about this year’s native plants which include Common Witchhazel, Black Gum, and Foamflower.

See and learn about these plants
White-tailed Deer

Managing White-tailed Deer

Management of White-tailed Deer populations in our region is based on science and best management practices.

White-tailed Deer Statement

next meeting

Wednesday, January 21, 2014, 10 am, in the Rare Book Room at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History

initiatives

A portion of a Singer Lake map

iNaturalist

Log your nature observations on LEAP’s project, Lower Lake Erie Region Citizen Science Inventory

Go to iNaturalist.org
West Virginia White butterfly. Photo by Judy Semroc.

West Virginia White butterfly

Learn about our conservation efforts to protect this imperiled butterfly

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Cover from Legacy of Living Places

Legacy of Living Places

The building blocks of biodiversity in our region

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For more information

For membership and general information about any of LEAP’s initiatives, contact Renee Boronka.