Hartman Reserve

Nature Center


designed by

Roy R. Behrens

second of four


     THIS SERIES of twenty-five posters will be exhibited during July and August 2019 in the Interpretive Center at the Hartman Reserve Nature Center in Cedar Falls IA. 

They promote a series of public  presentations, one per month, always on the second Sunday. This second set of posters announces presentations by storyteller, poet and teacher Laura Sohl-Cryer (July 14) and members of the Prairie Rapids Audubon Society (PRAS) (August 11). 

Other presentations will take place in September-October, and November-December. Each time, a new series of posters will be installed in connection with each pair of talks.

These posters were created on a Macintosh computer, using Adobe Photoshop, by combining modified features from public domain photographs and other graphic components.

All posters on this page are copyright © Roy R. Behrens (2019).

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Hartman Reserve Nature Center is a nature reserve located in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The reserve is dedicated to teaching youth about nature through hands-on experiences and preservation. It is the largest undisturbed wooded area in Black Hawk County, Iowa, and is home to three distinct habitats including wetland, forest, and prairie. more>>>