July 31, 2008

The Big Announcement: 2008 LNCI Summit will be at the Governor’s Residence!

LNCI Summit 2008 – Sept. 26, Governor’s Residence! (If you are reading by email, click on the headline) We are pleased to announce that the Governor’s […]
July 30, 2008

Annual Growing to Green Awards Ceremony and Harvest Dinner Celebration

Who: You! What: Annual Growing to Green Awards Ceremony and Harvest Dinner Celebration When: September 17th, 6:00-9:00pmWhere: Franklin Park Conservatory Garden Pavilion Why: To honor the […]
July 22, 2008

Announcement from national site – Children and Nature Network – about Nature Clubs:

This summer, the Children & Nature Network (C&NN) is launching a new initiative to help families engage in the growing children and nature movement. We encourage […]
July 17, 2008

Our collaborative was nominated as a Health Care Hero!

The Leave No Child INSIDE Central Ohio Collaborative was nominated for Business First’s Health Care Heroes awards. Although we did not win, we did gain visibility […]
July 17, 2008

2008 Parade of Wildlife Gardens

See National Wildlife Federation certified yards next Saturday, free of charge. Sites are as follows: 1) 7677 Old Foxe Ct, Columbus, OH 43235 Garden Open 10am-4pm […]
July 10, 2008

Don’t forget:

1. 2008 Summit will be Sept. 26. Please clear your calendars! 2. If you are reading this by email, click on the headlines that look interesting […]
July 9, 2008

Annual Parade of Certified Habitats around Columbus

From the National Wildlife Federation: Annual Parade of Certified Habitats, Sat, 7/26, 10am-4pm, no cost. Beautiful gardens transformed into sanctuaries for people, songbirds, and butterflies. Maps […]
June 30, 2008

Jarod’s Law – Are some of you dealing with this?

Our sister Collaborative in Cincinnati is starting to run up against a new Ohio law called Jarod’s Law. This law requires school safety inspections, after Jarod […]
June 30, 2008

Art for the Sky

(Click the headline to see the photos, if you are reading by email) > Dear Children and Nature Campaign Leaders: > > Imagine 700 children becoming […]