Little River Wetlands Project conducts Breakfast on the Marsh the second Thursday of each month.

The nature presentations are intended for “well seasoned nature lovers” age 50 or older. The programs begin at 8:30. The January and February programs will be conducted virtually, vi Zoom. Register at least 24 hours in advance at lrwp.org/events.

Direct questions to Aly Munger by emailing a.munger@lrwp.org, or by calling 260-387-0399.

• Best Management Practices for Cleaning Up Stormwater. Thursday, Jan. 14, 8:30-9:45 a.m.

Join us virtually for a presentation by Jacquelyn Buck of the Allen County Partnership for Water Quality to learn about storm water and ways you can improve stream health. Storm water is the rain or snow melt that is not absorbed by the ground, but is instead funneled through pipes into rivers. Storm water is one of the leading causes of water pollution in the rivers, but it also serves as one of the biggest areas we can improve through best management practices around our homes.

Please RSVP online at least 24 hours in advance.

• Natives in the Landscape — from Naturalistic to Formal Design. Thursday, Feb. 11, 8:30-9:45 a.m.

Join us virtually as we hear from Sean Nolan of Sanctuary Native Landscapes and take a closer look at the role native plants can play in your home landscape — from naturalistic to formal design. We will take a brief look at important “players” in the native landscape movement (past and present), discuss design ideas and methodologies, showcase and discuss examples of successful native landscapes, and more.

Please RSVP online at least 24 hours in advance.

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