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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > Spring Creek Seeps Nature Preserve – Bicentennial Nature Trust Spring Creek Seeps Nature Preserve – Bicentennial Nature Trust

Adds 87 acres to the Spring Creek Seeps Nature Preserve (currently 40 acres in Montgomery County to protect an outstanding wetland complex of very high natural integrity. It features a large fen contained within a glacial outwash valley surrounded by rolling uplands of oak and hickory. A small groundwater-fed tributary stream empties through the property into the nearby Sugar Creek. This addition is considered critical to the long-term viability of the nature preserve.

  • Organization: DNR Division of Nature Preserves
  • County: Montgomery
  • Contact: Mark Becker, Bicentennial Nature Trust Program Director, (317) 234-8494,
  • Type: Bicentennial Nature Trust
  • Project Number: IBC-BNT-48
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