Linda Werner and Mary Shepard, members of the Winnebago County Master Gardener Association will help you prepare your garden for the long winter ahead!
Neenah and Menasha will celebrate the legacy of John Muir and the centennial of the National Park Service in October.
Professor Temple will discuss the complex history of how American thinking about conservation and our relationship with nature has evolved over the past 200 years. He will highlight key figures, such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, George Perkins Marsh, John Muir, Gifford Pinchott and Aldo Leopold, who each introduced new ideas that have shaped our American conservation philosophy. The question remains: Will we ever achieve the ultimate goal of harmony with nature?
Join us in celebrating Native American History Month when Menominee Tribal Member, Alan Caldwell, will present an overview of Menominee culture at the Neenah Historical Society’s November 17th program at the Neenah Library. Caldwell is the foremost expert in the state on the history and culture of the Menominee, and his program will provide great insight into the very early years of Neenah and Menasha.
The history programs are sponsored by the Neenah Historical Society and co-sponsored by the Neenah Public Library.