Indigenous Landscapes Facebook Post Index

This Page consolidates our educational facebook page post for your review.

Last Updated in March of 2019. Next Update will be in October 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

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)

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.: PawPaws and the Potential of Native Savanna Orchards —- Sweet Crabapple Infographic —- —-- Rebalancing Habitat with Native Thickets —- —- Discovery of Rare Sweet Crabapple in Ohio —-

Native Vine Posts

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 —-

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)

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 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

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

Virtual Hikes

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

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