Since 1959, The Nature Conservancy in Indiana has protected more than 80,000 acres of forests, wetlands, prairies, lakes and streams for current and future generations to enjoy.
We are lucky enough to be housed in the Efroymson Conservation Center, our LEED Platinum-certified headquarters in downtown Indianapolis. See what we’re doing to protect land and water in the Hoosier State!
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The Regional Conservation Partnership Program is providing $17.5 million for a tri-state effort to help protect water quality in the western basin of Lake Erie.
We all live in a watershed. But what is a watershed and why is it so important?
The Indiana Heritage Trust has helped to protect more than 60,000 acres of Indiana’s natural heritage, including the scenic Big Walnut Nature Preserve. Plan a visit!
This preserve is comprised of many swales, offering the beauty of seasonal wildflowers and wetlands in Gary, Indiana.
Learn how two-stage ditches provide more surface area for water runoff thus reducing water flow in traditional ditches.
The Blue River is a high quality stream in southern Indiana that drains portions of seven counties.
Hear Conservancy scientists discuss their work to protect the Great lakes.
We're working with Indiana farmers to establish good practices to keep nutrient runoff out of the Wabash River.
The two-stage ditch is a win-win for agriculture and conservation.
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