Indigenous Landscapes Facebook Post Index

This Page consolidates our educational facebook page posts for your review. We post 2 to 3 times a week depending on the season.

This Page consolidates our educational facebook page posts for your review. We post 2 to 3 times a week depending on the season.

Last Updated October 2019, Next Update: December 2019

Native Tree and Forest Posts

The Displacement of the Midwest Ecosystem —- Discovery of a Northern Pecan —- Shellbark Hickory Infographic —- Fall Color in the Swamp Woods —- The Last Oak-Hickory Savanna of Glaciated Southwest Ohio —- Recognizing American Elm vs Invasive Siberian Elm —- Understanding Forest Types—-Corvids Reforest —- American Persimmon Infographic —- Black Gum Infographic —- What Soil PH means for Native Trees —- American Linden as an Edible Crop —- Hickories of the Midwest —- Remnant Savanna Black Oak —- Glaciated Vs. Unglaciated Landscapes —- Collecting Hickories for Reforestation —- Blue Ash Infographic —-Bur Oak Infographic——Floodplain Forests——Sweet Pignut Hickory—-Northern Fertile Pecans—-Black Gum

Native Shrub/Thicket Posts

Wild Plums: The Plight of Our Disappearing Wild Plums —- Wild Plums: a Vestige of a Destroyed CommunityLocally-Rare Chickasaw Plums and Native Thicket Conservation—-Red Bat roosting in Wild Plum (Video)——(Glimpsing the Biological Value of Prairie, Savanna, and Wetland Thickets)—-Restoring Northern Populations of Chickasaw Plum

Dogwood Species: Flowering Dogwood —-Rough-leafed Dogwood Infographic—-Ecological Perspective on Rough-leafed Dogwood

American Hazelnut: American Hazelnut InfographicA view of the Ecology of the American Hazelnut

Misc.: —- Sweet Crabapple Infographic —- —-- Rebalancing Habitat with Native Thickets —- —- Discovery of Rare Sweet Crabapple in Ohio —- PawPaws and the Potential of Native Savanna Orchards—- Ecology of Hawthorns——Reintegrating Native Thickets into Prairies, Savannas, and Wetlands

Native Vines

Not All Vines are Bad! —- Passionflower Infographic —- Bumblebee on Passionflower (Video)

Native Plant Agriculture

PawPaws and the Potential of Native Savanna Orchards —- Discovery of a Northern Pecan—-Shellbark Hickory Infographic—-The Last Oak-Hickory Savanna of Glaciated Southwest Ohio—-American Hazelnut Infographic —- Wild Plums: Vestige of a Destroyed CommunityIndigenous Edibles Part 1 —- Indigenous Edibles Part 2 —-Common Milkweed Infographic —-Wood Nettle Infographic—-Native Wetland Root Crops and Native Pond Aquaculture —-Spiderwort Infographic—-Passionflower Infographic—-Oakmeal-Acorn Products —- Selecting Local Native Fruits —- American Linden as an Edible Crop —- American Persimmon Infographic —- Collecting Hickories for Reforestation ——Four Native Edible Vegetables —-Four Native Seed/Nut Crops——Six Native Fruit Crops—-Black Bear Sightings in Ohio—-Amazon Fires and Traditional Agriculture

Native Herbaceous Plant Posts

Prairie Dock Infographic —- 5 Native Fruit Crops —- 5 Native Root Crops —- Zebra Swallowtail Laying Eggs on PawPaw (Video) —- Common Milkweed Infographic —- Native Bees Pollinating Queen of the Prairie (Video) —- Wood Nettle Infographic—-Spiderwort InfoGraphic—-Passionflower Infographic —- Aromatic Aster Infographic —- 3 Edible Native Spiderworts—-Native Wildflowers and their Pollinators—-Bumblebee Pollinating Partridge Pea (Video)—— Proper Pollinators and Thieves—-—Native Pasture Thistle—-

Native Landscaping/Gardening Posts

No-Mow/No-Walk Zone —- Companion Planting with Natives Part 1 —- Companion Planting with Natives Part 2 —- Anise Hyssop vs Korean Mint —- Companion Planting with Natives Part 4 —- Three Problematic Plants for Native Gardens and Three Alternatives —- Companion Planting with Natives Part 5——Native Tree Observations—-Garden Design with Native Plants—-

Native Meadow Posts

2.5 year old Installation of Native Meadow —- Native Meadow Entering its 3rd Growing Season (Video) —-- Carbon Sequestration and Native Grasslands —- Native Meadow Installation Results —- Before & After Native Meadow Installation —- Drone Footage of Native Meadow Installation (Video)—-Virtual August Hike-Native Meadow Installation——June views from a Native Meadow—-Huffman Prairie Remnant—-

Native Wetland Posts

Native Wetland Root Crops and Native Pond AquacultureSebenthaler Fen

Invasive Plant and Invasive animal/Insect Posts

Invasive Removal/Post-Removal Plantings #1 —- Invasive Removal/Post-Removal Plantings #2 —- Invasive Removal/Post-Removal Plantings #3 —- Invasive Removal/Post-Removal Plantings #4 —- Invasive Removal/Post-Removal Plantings #5 —- Invasive Removal/Post-Removal Plantings #6 —- How to Appreciate Burning Bush —- Spicebush vs Amur Honeysuckle Graphic —- One Reason Not to Promote European Honeybees—-Beyond Despair: Strategic Invasive Plant Action Plan—-

Virtual Hikes/ #What’s Happening now

#WHN = What’s Happening Now

Miami-Whitewater —- Sebenthaler Fen —- Caesars Creek & Lebanon —- Mitchell Memorial Forest —- Edge of Appalachia —-Shawnee Lookout —- Mill Creek #1 —- What Indigenous Landscapes Does —- Best of Early June-Early August 2018Virtual August Hike-Native Meadow Installation —— What’s Happening With Us (March 20, 2019) —— #WHN April 15, 2019—-#WHN April 17, 2019—-#WHN April 27, 2019—-#WHN April, 29, 2019—-#WHN May 4, 2019—-#WHN May 11, 2019—-#WHN May 20, 2019—-#WHN May 22,2019—-#WHN June 4, 2019—-#WHN June 13, 2019—-#WHN August 10, 2019—-#WHN Sept 3, 2019—-#WHN Sept 26, 2019


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