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.

Spring in Indiana 200 Years Ago

Spring in Indiana 200 Years Ago

The days are getting brighter and the ground is starting to thaw.  Do you see the signs? The forest is coming to life. Listen for the chirping frogs, pounding woodpeckers, and racing squirrels.   Sprigs of green are peeking through the thick mat of decaying leaves. First, the skunk cabbage in the swampy ....

Salamanders

Salamanders

Like lizards, they have a long tail and a narrow body but that is where the similarities end. Lizards are reptiles, with dry scaly skin. Salamanders have moist skin which some actually use to breathe. They are called amphibians because they live part of their lifecycle in the water and part on land....