5995 Horseshoe Bend Rd · Troy, OH · (937) 698-6493 ·
designed by Vitruvian Phi Art & Design Studio
9:00am - 4:00pm
Monday - Saturday
12:30 - 4:00pm
Trails open from
sunrise to sunset
& Interpretive Building
(parents & children
under the age of 18
or grandparents & grandchildren
under the age of 18)
The Art of Nature
Sunday, October 3, 2021
This special evening, devoted to art and the environment, is a time to discover local artists inspired by nature, mingle with friends and family and show your support of our mission of wildlife conservation through education, preservation, and rehabilitation.
Come meet our featured artist - Nadia Malarkey, enjoy organic wines, gourmet hors d’oeuvres, an amazing dessert bar and unique silent auction items, showcasing local companies, wildlife encounters, eco-artists and the amazing (and often surprising!) talents of our staff and trustees!
$50/person (must be purchased in advance)
Cash or check only
All proceeds support BNC's mission to promote the appreciation and understanding of wildlife conservation through preservation, education, and rehabilitation.
Call us today at 937-698-6493 to make sure your name is on the invitation list!
Featured Artist, Nadia Malarkey
Nadia Malarkey is a garden and land-
scape design professional who began
her practice in 1996. She specializes
in providing a personalized landscape
design, creating spaces that are architecturally dynamic, aesthetically pleasing and ecologically regenerative.
Nadia’s projects incorporate environmentally friendly practices to produce landscapes that enhance bio-diversity and biomass while enriching our experience of the changing seasons. Many of her gardens exem-plify how regenerative design, while addressing habitat fragmentation and climate change, can be elegant, uplifting and ever-evolving in many surprising ways.
“As a garden designer I strive to create for my clients beautiful and unique outside spaces that form natural extensions of their homes. My aim is to create gardens that embody the wishes of my clients, that nurture the soul and that contribute to ecological regeneration. I intend my gardens to be architecturally interesting, compelling in every season, and places of refuge where visitors experience beauty, harmony and well-being.”
~ Nadia Malarkey
Please check out her website at: www.nadiamalarkey.com
“We make a living by what we get, but we make
a life by what we give.” –Winston Churchill