Man in fire gear walks through prescribed fire on prairie.
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Join Us for Season 4 of TNC TV: Fire and Ice!

TNC TV is back, and we're expanding our programming to include a presentation at noon (ET).


Thursday, October 7, 2021

Fire: Burning on Purpose in Indiana  Why do we start fires on wild areas in Indiana? For nature. As people have done for centuries, carefully controlled and managed fire can help restore prairies and forests while reducing wildfire. Hear from our own “burn boss” on why, how and what we do to keep fire under control in Indiana.

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Ice: Walking in a Winter Wonderland  Just because it’s cold outside in winter doesn’t mean you should stay indoors. In fact, just the opposite! Learn about all the cool preserves you can visit and what you can do besides stand and shiver while you’re there. From snowshoeing to winter birding, we’ll give you a reason to step outside this winter.
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Trick or Treat? Bats: A Spectacular Spooky Species Bats are amazing creatures! And bat conservation experts will tell you why.
Nature in Your Backyard Experts from TNC and Wild Birds Unlimited take flight with interesting info on backyard birding.
Get the Buzz on Pollinators Experts from TNC, the Indianapolis Zoo and the Indiana Native Plant Society explain the buzz around pollinators—why they’re critical and how to help them.
Freaky, Fascinating and Fabulous Think the copperbelly water snake, the Eastern hellbender salamander and the alligator snapping turtle lack appeal? Think again! Our experts will enlighten you with the cool side of these misunderstood creatures.
Trees: All Bark, No Bite Staff from TNC and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful provide the Dos and Don’ts of planting and maintaining trees; tree identification; and discuss trees as habitat—what lives in that tree?