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Remaining

They are unprotected, and they are disappearing.
You look at open, undeveloped space and
wonder, "Will it be gone before the next
generation gets to see it?"

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Red-tail protects over 2700 acres of natural areas
and farm land in east central Indiana. Many of
these areas are open to the public offering nature
trails and wildlife viewing opportunities.

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our nature trails

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Forever

The Red-tail Land Conservancy plans for
a future where the natural beauty of
east central Indiana still exists.

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for The Land

Preserve

We continue to find high quality natural areas and working lands worthy of preserving for future generations.

Protect

We offer landowners numerous conservation options with which they can protect their land from future development.

Restore

We plant native trees and eradicate acres of aggressive, non-native species in order to maintain wildlife habitat in east central Indiana.

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Our Blog

Bee’s-eye View of Dandelions

Bee’s-eye View of Dandelions

Dandelions are easily one of the most helpful plants to many pollinators. In early spring, the flowers can go from seed to bloom in days. Fortunately for over 100 species of insects, including the humble bumblebee, that timeline aligns with the end of overwintering and hibernation. ...

Supported in part by:

Ball Brothers Foundation
George and Frances Ball Foundation
The Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware Co., Inc.
Henry County Community Foundation
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