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Indiana

Fawn River Fen


Why You Should Visit

Fawn River Fen preserve protects critical local watersheds and uplands. Fawn River, one of Indiana’s clearest rivers, flows through the preserve providing its native plants and animals with a protected, well maintained stream-side habitat. The river, flanked by an extensive cattail marsh and a grass/sedge fen, also supports a healthy population of aquatic life.

Location

LaGrange County

Ecoregion

North Central Tillplain

Size

120 Acres

Dedicated

State Nature Preserve, 1990

Owned & Managed By

The Nature Conservancy

Partners

Department of Nature Preserves, Garden Clubs of America and Natural Resources Conservation Services

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