Mother Nature apparently didn’t get the memo. So, we’ve moved our spring trail clean up to April 28th at 9am! Evergreen Conservancy picks up trash twice a year along the Hoodlebug Trail and adjoining 119S areas. To get to the meeting place (the Homer City Ball Field) take old 119 South through Homer City (Main […]
Join Evergreen Conservancy, and IUP Biology professor Dr. David Janetski, for our spring program on April 13, 2018 at 7pm at Blue Spruce Lodge. The program will discuss brook trout management, problems caused by invasive species, introduction of new species (Pacific Salmon), and Great Lakes fish. The program is free and open to the public. Light snacks […]
Our 20th, and last site, on our Indiana County Ecotour GeoTrail went live on March 1st! To receive one of our unique geocoins, you will now need to have all 20 code words in your passport. For more information on our geocache trail and for the coordinates of the final site, visit the Indiana County ECO […]
Evergreen Conservancy is excited about participating again this year at the annual Indiana County Family Fun Fest! This year’s event will be on Saturday, March 3rd from 10am to 3pm at the Indiana Mall. The theme of the event this year is Furs, Feathers, and Fins. Evergreen’s table will include animal furs and an animal scat/tracks matching game! We’ll also be […]
The scientific name of the Indiana bat is Myotis sodalist. Myotis means “mouse ear” and refers to the relatively small, mouse-like ears of the bats in this group. Sodalis is the Latin word for “companion.” The Indiana bat is a very social species and large numbers cluster together during hibernation. The species is called the Indiana […]
Great news… Our new, very cool looking, trackable geo coins for our Eco Tour are in. Check with the Tourist Bureau, Indiana Free Library, Indiana Conservation District, and Blue Spruce Park. They will be out to the other locations next week. Check our Indiana County Geo trail tab for more information.