IGS Events

/IGS Events
IGS Events 2024-01-24T14:30:24+00:00

Spring Fling 2024

Sunday, March 24, 2024 – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

All members of the public are encouraged to attend and hear our wonderful speakers.  

IGS Member price $15.  Non-member price $25 – Reservations should be made through Nancy Kaler at the park!  Space is limited!

Prairies in Suburbia!

Learn the tools and step by step techniques we used to transform existing turf grass into a thriving prairie area using Midwest native grasses and perennial wildflowers.  The benefits are enormous – wildlife habitat restoration, soil building and retention, deep water percolation and great beauty just outside your door!

Tisa Watts is a garden educator and public speaker with 20 years of experience. She has a degree in Horticulture and Landscape Design and is the founder of the Columbus Garden School.



The Restoration of Prairies in Ohio Parks

Watch this space for future details about this informative presentation.






Annual Meeting 2024

Sunday, June 2, 2024 – 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Annual meeting is free and open to the public.

All members of the public are encouraged to attend.  

Become the King and Queen of Green: Gardening Your Way to a Zero Waste, Sustainable Lifestyle

Dianne will share easy ways to implement changes in your garden that will increase biodiversity, support pollinators, and improve resilience to climate change. She will even show how you can reduce pollution, minimize garbage and plastic output, and use existing resources to build soil health and save money. Live like royalty in your own natural garden oasis!

Dianne Kadonaga is the owner of Sunny Glen Garden, an educational demonstration site in Columbus, to learn how to convert urban lawns into edible forest gardens and wildlife habitat using permaculture and regenerative methods. She is also the coordinator of the Connecting Community Corridor for People Pollinators and the Planet, in Linden, whose goal is to increase biodiversity and create healthy soils for climate resilience while also facilitating food security, health, and community-building. Dianne is a Pollinator Specialization Advocate and Master Gardener in Franklin County, OH, and a Master Gardener in Yavapai County in Prescott, Arizona.


Membership in the Inniswood Garden Society has its privileges.  Please click here to learn more.