The Nature Conservancy in Indiana works to protect the Hoosier State for future generations. Explore our work and get an insider's view into our projects, preserves and conservation work!
To learn more about what the Indiana Chapter has accomplished over the past year, check out this slideshow!
Mysterious and spooky, and altogether ooky, they're invasive species. Learn why they're so bad and why The Nature Conservancy works so hard to stem their spread.
Beautiful, and in trouble. Perhaps more than any other wild insect on the continent, the monarch butterfly enriches the quality of life across political, cultural, and socioeconomic boundaries.
Invasive plants are bullies, both in your garden and in our natural areas. Learn how to identify (and avoid) commonly-used invasive species. We even provide native and/or non-invasive plant alternatives.
Since 1995, the students of Frankton Elementary in Frankton, Indiana have raised money for The Nature Conservancy’s Adopt an Acre Program. Through a competition called “Jar Wars,” Frankton’s grade levels battle it out to see who can collect the most money to protect the world’s rainforests.
Conservation requires action on the ground AND supportive public policies. You can help!
For many of our Conservancy staff members, nature isn't just a profession, it's a passion that they want to share with their children.
Our Indianapolis headquarters boasts many "green" features, enabling us to earn LEED Platinum certification. Learn More
In this issue: Peccary Cave, our work in the Western Lake Erie Basin, and updates from around the state. Learn more
By joining the Forest Bank, landowners ensure that their forest will be here for future generations to enjoy.
Working with our conservation partners, we've been able to protect more of Indiana. Learn More
Connect to learning, fun, and others beyond the lecture hall.
Explora nuestra experiencia en la conservación de Indiana!
Connecting the 1.1 million schoolchildren in Indiana and their families to conservation!
Our legislative action helps us to conserve Indiana's wild and wonderful places.