The Champaign Land Preservation’s annual public meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, at the Urbana University Library.
The speaker will be Paul Salchak, who has worked with the Levin Family Foundation to architect the Propolis Projects. He will discuss how those projects can promote the recovery of pollinators and their habitats in Ohio. Following his talk, there will be time for snacks and a small seed exchange.
The annual business meeting will be held after the break. The public is invited to stay for the meeting.
The library is a one-story building located just past the UU Student Center. It has three arches and a Latin inscription over the entrance.
Submitted by Ardell Price, president, Champaign Land Preservation.