This time of year at Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge (formerly known as Squaw Creek) you’ll encounter hundreds of thousands—maybe a million, if you’re lucky—of snow geese honking.
The fight to save this slice of our area’s past began in 1890 when Wyandot descendants were split in two. One courageous woman named Lyda Conley refused to be silenced.
“I was coaching at [the community center] and one day a kid came in. He didn’t have money to play. We came out of our pockets so he could play on the team.”
“We promised him that we would continue his fight to educate, advocate and donate. And I’ve got a fourth one I’ve added to Andy’s list—it’s eradicate.”
Up to 20 paper yard waste sacks and/or bundles of branches that weigh no more than 40 pounds each must be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. on residents’ regularly scheduled trash day.