What do B-W Greenway volunteers do?
Here are some examples!

Honeysuckle Hackers
Join us for a workday clearing invasive species and preserving beautiful natural spaces!

Office Support
Help produce the B-W Greenway newsletter, update the organization's contact database, and keep up with all the paperwork!

Board Members & Teams
Our board of trustees and volunteer teams all meet regularly to advance their piece of the B-W Greenway mission.

Site Overseers
Each property that has a conservation easement held by B-W Greenway needs to be monitored and maintained. Site Overseers coordinate volunteer workdays for their site and keep an eye out for issues. 


Join us for one of our honeysuckle hacks!  Need some exercise and some great time outside? Join us for a fun conservation day in the park while helping remove invasive species from the natural area.

The B-W Greenway  helps to maintain the health of the Estel Wenrick Wetlands AND Anderson Fen by removing the invasive honeysuckle plant so that native plants can thrive.    

Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica

Japanese Honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica

Introduced into the United States as an ornamental vine more than 100 years ago it smothers native plants in woodlands throughout the eastern United States -

Sun, July 14th, 2- 4, Juried Art Open Reception, Fairborn Art Association Gallery

Wed, July, 17th, 10am, Nature Connect and Hike it Baby tour, Garland Wetland Reserve 

Mon, Aug 5th, 6:30-8pm, Sense of Place Program, Fairborn Public Library

Sat, Sept 14th, 9am-11am, Adopt-A-Hwy, I-675

Sat, Sept 21st, 9am- 12pm

Andersen Fen Honeysuckle Removal

Sun, Sept 29th, 4pm-8pm,

Member & Volunteer Potluck Picnic, Bath Township Building Office & Park, Pavilion # 4

Let us know you're interested in learning more!

Jess Evans, Volunteer Coordinator

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Is there is anything specific you would like to help with? Let us know!