December 01, 2017
Science-based practices can and should always be the basis for the management of Indiana’s precious forests. Learn More
July 27, 2017
Indiana nonprofit organizations collaborating on multi-year initiative for critical waterway Learn More
Indiana Leaders Visit Capitol Hill to Ask Congress to Support Conservation, Science and Clean Energy
June 21, 2017
Volunteer Leaders Serve as “Voices for Nature” Learn More
May 12, 2017
The Nature Conservancy offers all K-12 students in Indiana the opportunity to claim ceremonial deed to unique places in the Children of Indiana Nature Park Learn More
Hoosier Governors Past and Present Help Celebrate The Nature Conservancy’s 100,000th Protected Acre in Indiana
March 17, 2017
Governors Eric Holcomb and Mitch Daniels, Former Congressman Lee Hamilton Take the Stage to Honor Conservancy Learn More
New Video Shows How Farmers in Indiana Are Working to Improve Water Quality From Indiana to the Gulf of Mexico
March 21, 2017
The Nature Conservancy Expands Work along Wabash River with Support from Nestlé Purina PetCare Company
October 16, 2016
The Nature Conservancy Brings 23 Bison to Kankakee Sands in Newton County Learn More
Lafayette Journal & Courier
October 18, 2017
Indiana landscapes. Unspoiled. Pristine. Nature at its finest. This is what greets visitors to Pine Hills Nature Preserve at Shades State Park, an hour south of Lafayette and just southwest of Crawfordsville. Read the full story.
October 16, 2016
A new bison herd arrived in Northwest Indiana over the weekend and the animals will have a unique role – as conservation assistants. Read the full story.
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
December 10, 2015
Bicentennial Nature Trust builds on Indiana's top-class parks system. Read the full story.
September 30, 2015
Fourth-grade students at Corydon Intermediate School flexed their muscles Sept. 21 in tagging more than 1,000 mussels from Blue River at O’Bannon Woods State Park west of Corydon. Read the full story.
September 21, 2015
You wouldn’t think Indiana and Louisiana have much in common. But that hasn’t stopped the Indianapolis Zoo from developing a partnership with The Nature Conservancy in Louisiana. Read the full story.
May 12, 2015
Jackson Morrow Park is known for its wide open spaces, its walking trail, its skate park. Soon it will be known for its forests. Read the full story.
The Columbus Dispatch
May 09, 2015
Pollutants feeding the toxic algae blooms that have been turning parts of western Lake Erie green and contaminating drinking water in recent summers aren't just coming from Ohio. Read the full story.
April 09, 2015
Earlier this week, just before the mayoral election, reporter Ted Gregory and I got an email from the folks at the Nature Conservancy’s Nachusa Grasslands with an unexpected surprise; One of the bison had a calf. Read the full story.
April 06, 2015
Spring is a wonderful time to visit The Nature Conservancy’s Kankakee Sands Efroymson Restoration in Newton County. These 8,000 acres of prairie and savanna serve as a landing site for more than 240 bird species, of which 28 species are rare, threatened or endangered in Indiana. Read the full story.
Rivers & Lakes
March 15, 2015
From the time agriculture became a favored industry in the mid-19th century, Howard County residents have often asked the community’s leaders one question: Where will the water go? Cassie Hauswald, Nature Conservancy Blue River Conservation coordinator, speaks about the understated significance of a proper drainage system. Read the full story.
February 23, 2015
The Nature Conservancy is urging state lawmakers to reauthorize a council that focuses attention on the threat that invasive species pose to Indiana’s native wildlife. Read the full story.
Rivers & Lakes
January 13, 2015
The weight of 17 elephants will be removed from the Ohio and Wabash Rivers. Their equivalent weight in nitrogen, that is.
A new practice implemented by The Nature Conservancy will help clean the waterways that provide an abundance of water to Southwest Indiana. Read the full story.
Rivers & Lakes
December 01, 2014
East Chicago City Planner Richard Morrisroe's son once thought that if he fell out of a canoe on the Grand Calumet River, he'd be a goner.
"He thought if he fell in, his toes at least if not he himself, would disintegrate," Morrisroe said. Now, he can envision future generations canoeing on the river without fear thanks to a multi-agency remediation project decades in the making. Read the full story.
October 16, 2014
A new reporting system for invasive species is called Report IN, and many conservation groups are hopeful that it will help landowners, land managers—anyone who cares about our natural areas—fight invasive species in Indiana. Read the full story.
July 17, 2014
With summer in full swing, Indiana's natural areas are calling your name, inviting Hoosiers to get outside and explore, so start planning now to visit sites that reflect the natural beauty of Indiana. And while you're at it, take a photo -- and you may win a Honda Civic Hybrid. Read the full story.
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