| Burr Oak Lodge, Saturday, November 12th from 10:00am-5:00pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Please join us!
Several local historical groups will have booths relating to their regions like Little Cities of Black Diamonds. Below is a the list of speakers:10:30am-11:30am Selective Migration and the Evolution of Ohio’s Regional Cultural Landscapes with Tim Anderson, Associate Professor of Geography, Ohio University.1:00pm-2:00pm- How Owls and Other Critter Affect Agriculture with Pat Quackenbush, Naturalist for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.3:00pm-4:00pm- Early Agriculture in the Region with Paul Patton, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Food Studies, Director of OHIO Archaeological Field School, Ohio University.Burr Oak Naturalist, Julie Gee will guide us on a beautiful fall stroll. Time to be announced. Free admission to all programs and nature walk. For more information call 740-592-2280.