The Red-tail Blog

Kalee’s Summer of Stewardship

Kalee’s Summer of Stewardship

Working with Jake and Christen at Red Tail Land Conservancy was the best way I could have spent the summer of 2019. I was able to learn more about East-Central Indiana’s natural...

If Looks Could Kill

If Looks Could Kill

Though hypothetical, this scene is not unfamiliar to our modern world. In fact, many people flood local nurseries at the first sign of winter’s break to find ways to spruce up their front yard...

Summer Stewardship Internship Open

Summer Stewardship Internship Open

Summer interns help us steward the land by removing invasive species and planting native trees and shrubs, assist with trail maintenance and repair, learn best conservation practices and skills in nature interpretation....

Nature of The Season

Nature of The Season

Everyone has their own unique traditions, but there are always staples that tie every year together; family, friends, and food. But what else tells us it’s the holiday season? The nip in the air? My dad...

Red-tail Conservation Awards Presented

Red-tail Conservation Awards Presented

We gathered at Minnetrista, the original meeting place, last month to celebrate, reflect, and recognize the many people who made the work of Red-tail a reality. Red-tail’s founder and first executive director, Barry Banks, was the ....

INSIGHT: Interview with Julie Borgmann

Julie Borgmann, Executive Director of the Red-Tail Land Conservancy, discusses how land trusts can protect and preserve areas in Indiana and across the country. This interview was produced in collaboration with WIPB – Indiana Public Broadcasting at Ball State University.