Free Public Program from the Columbus Natural History Society


Free Public Program from the Columbus Natural History Society


On Monday, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. the Columbus Natural History Society will host a free public program led by Julie Zickefoose. Julie is a writer, naturalist, NPR commentator, watercolor painter, gardener, emphatic Leo. She lives with my husband, two kids, ever-changing menagerie of wild foundlings on 80 acres of Appalachian Ohio woodland not far from Marietta, Ohio.
 
My favorite work of hers is Letters from Eden, a collection of essays about raising her family naturally on their 80-acre Southern Ohio woodland. It is a combination of natural history nuggets, family life with two young kids, and wonderful illustrations drawn by Julie. As I think about it, I can tell that I need to get her newest book which she’ll be selling after the talk. You can see a full listing of her books and her portfolio at http://www.juliezickefoose.com/index.php.

Julie also has a blog at http://juliezickefoose.blogspot.com/2011/12/columbus-area-zick-alert.html where she talks about her upcoming talk at the Columbus Natural History Society.

The meeting is in the Ohio State Universitys Museum of Biological Diversity, 1315 Kinnear Road, Columbus.

Bob Glotzhober, Senior Curator, Natural History

Posted December 5, 2011
Topics: Archaeology

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