ONAPA 2022 ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING & SOCIAL
Blacklick Woods Golf Course
7309 E Livingston Ave, Reynoldsburg
`10 am - 5 pm
Directions: From I-270, take exit 41 for I-70 and merge onto E. Main Street. Turn right on Rosehill Road and then left on East Livingston Avenue. Turn right into the golf course entrance. The golf course is not the same entrance as the Blacklick Woods Nature Center. Arrive a little early for coffee and light refreshments.
Dr. Elliot Tramer, retired, University of Toledo: Winners & Losers in the Age of Humans
Cody Berkebile, Senior naturalist, Blacklick Woods MP: Preserves in Your Columbus Metro Parks
Judy Semroc, Nature Spark: Hiding in Plain Sight – Amazing Patterns of Camouflage, Evasion, Trickery & Mimicry in Nature
ONAPA Business Meeting
Walter A. Tucker State Nature Preserve, Blacklick Woods Metro Park – led by Cody Berkebile
This preserve is located within Blacklick Woods MP so it will be a short drive to the parking area, then a leisurely
hike along the trail. It will be the shortest field trip, with easy walking.
Shallenberger State Nature Preserve, Fairfield County – led by Dick Moseley
This preserve is located just west of Lancaster. It will be a 30-minute drive from Blacklick Woods and
will feature a 2-mile hike through the beautiful woods and sandstone geology.
Cranberry Bog State Nature Preserve, Licking County – led by Guy Denny & Jennifer Windus
This preserve is a small island on the north side of Buckeye Lake. It will be a 30-minute drive to
Buckeye Lake and a short pontoon boat ride to the island. We will walk on the boardwalk,
seeing various bog plants and discussing the role ONAPA has played in the bog meadow restoration.
Walk-ins are welcome but lunch options will be limited
Looking forward to seeing you there!