The Twinsburg Naturalist's Office is located in the circa 1836 Stone House at 9207 Liberty Road. Naturalist Stanley Stine welcomes questions about Ohio's natural history and especially that of the Twinsburg area. It is best to call in advance when visiting Stanley. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 330-963-8704
Hikes & Programs
Nature Matters August 28th from 7:00-8:30 PM, Twinsburg Public Library
Stanley Stine welcomes guest speaker Dave Brumfield, Interpretive Naturalist with Summit Metro Parks. Dave is a well-respected authority on mushrooms in our region. Come hear what he has to say about their ecological roles in the area! Registration required. Details here.
Countdown to Autumn Hike September 1st & September 29th at 1 PM
Days are becoming shorter; insects are making cocoons or find places to hibernate for the winter, while others, like the Monarch Butterfly and Green Darner Dragonflies prepare to migrate southward. Birds have already begun this flight! Join us as we take a nature study walk to see the last of what summer has to offer and signs of autumn’s approach.
Meet at the Pond Brook Conservation Area parking lot, 3973 E. Aurora Rd, to walk Buttonbush Trail. Bring a camera, binoculars and your curiosity.
Native Plants of the Stone House NEW - Make arrangements for your tour today!
After over 15 years of reintroducing native plants and trees to the meadow and grounds surrounding the Stone House, the Twinsburg Naturalist is offering tours and talks about these adventures, including the failures and successes of planting for wildlife. This is a chance to learn more about what you can do around your own home, to benefit pollinators and other wild species.