Tue, Jan 31|
USDA Service Center Conference Room
Book Discussion Group: Bringing Nature Home
Join the District in reading Douglas Tallamy’s book Bringing Nature Home. Bringing Nature Home shines the lights on habitat depletion and the increasing pressures on wildlife populations. Tallamy offers practical and achievable recommendations that each person can do to make a difference!
Time & Location
Jan 31, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
USDA Service Center Conference Room, 2650 Richville Dr SE, Massillon, OH 44646, USA
About the Event
Stark Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) would like to invite you to a Book Discussion Group with reading starting now and spanning into the new year. The event will conclude on January 31st with an in-person and virtual meeting from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at our office location – 2650 Richville Drive SE, Massillon, OH 44646.
The District will be reading Douglas Tallamy’s book Bringing Nature Home. Bringing Nature Home shines the light on an alarming trend – habitat depletion and the increasing pressures on wildlife populations. Tallamy offers practical and achievable recommendations that each person can do to make a difference.
Books are completely free to rent and can be made now. All you have to do is visit our office during business hours and sign out a book. This is a first come, first served situation and quantities are limited. However, other options exist for obtaining this book (i.e. purchase, rent a hardcopy or audiobook via your local library, or download to a reading device).
For those who choose to rent from SWCD, we ask that you please care for the book and return it in good condition. It is encouraged that books be read during this holiday season (yes, amidst the holiday chaos) and into the New Year. And because our quantiles are limited, if you read through the book quickly, please return the book so that another interested reader can read it and join our discussion in January.
This event is only possible thanks to the incredible support of a local citizen for conservation who donated several copies of this book to the district. We are grateful for the support and the opportunity it has provided!