For those of you out there that love viewing animals, but don’t have the time to go out in the field, we have found just...
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?"
» Why Conservation?
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
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
It is with great joy that we announce to our members; Red-tail Land Conservancy is at long-last the owner and protector of Stout Woods. This...
Thanks to everyone who came out to Munsee Woods this past weekend and helped us make some great music. This was Red-tail’s second year hosting...
Board member Kyle Johnson, his wife Joy and their Irish Setter Madison took an early morning hike through the John Craddock Wetlands Nature Preserve after...
Red-tail Land Conservancy preserves, protects, and restores natural areas and farm land in east central Indiana while increasing awareness of our natural heritage. Focused on this mission in five counties in east central Indiana, the not-for-profit land trust has grown steadily since its inception in 1999 when a public meeting held at Minnetrista Cultural Center in Muncie attracted 87 people.
Funded entirely by private contributions from individuals, business, and foundations, RLC hired a full-time Executive Director and recorded its first conservation easement in July, 2000. In its first decade, Red-tail Land Conservancy has provided land conservation options to individual landowners and partnered with local governments in restoration projects while engaging students and adult volunteers in land stewardship activities and education.
As a result, over 2700 acres of natural areas and farm land are permanently protected, and Red-tail Land Conservancy receives growing support and recognition for its role in improving east central Indiana.