Put-in-Bay continues to revel in unusually warm weather for late October, as evident in the number of boaters still visiting the public docks.
Have your winter bird seed supply delivered to your island residence!
Lake Erie Islands Conservancy will sell Winter Bird Seed again this fall. Titgemeier’s Feed and Garden Stores will supply LEIC with the following types of seed: niger/thistle, black oil sunflower, and mixed birdseed of several grades.
Titgemeier’s is a family owned feed and garden store in business since January 12, 1888, at 701 Western Avenue in Toledo, Ohio. A most unusual store, their products range from grass seed and fertilizer to pet, wild bird, and brewing supplies.
Please place your order before November 4 to have it delivered to your island residence. To order, visit www.lakeerieislandsconservancy.org, call Kelly or Marty Faris at 419-285-4772, send email to email@example.com, or use the order form in PDF format below. Delivery will be in mid November!
Interested in the Future Development of Perry’s Victory?
Put-in-Bay, Ohio – Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial invites the public to weigh in on the future management of the park’s landscape at an open house on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 3:30 to 5:00pm at the park’s Visitor Center.
The park is preparing a Cultural Landscape Treatment Plan and Environmental Assessment (EA) to guide future management of the historic memorial landscape and determine impacts from implementing this plan. The cultural landscape treatment plan includes care of historic trees and shrubs, the addition or alteration of ramps, sidewalks, or stairs to improve access to the plaza and memorial, installation of wayside exhibits, locations for future housing and outdoor gathering space, and enhancements to park gateways.
The purpose of the project is to guide management, treatment, and use of resources at Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial and evaluate impacts to natural and cultural resources. The proposed action is needed at this time to provide park staff with a detailed plan that supports historic landscape management in accordance with National Park Service (NPS) planning and management policies.
The NPS has drafted alternatives for moving forward and is seeking public and community input during this open house.