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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > Old Morvin Acquisition – Bicentennial Nature Trust Old Morvin Acquisition – Bicentennial Nature Trust

Acquisition of 118 acres along the Ohio River in southern Harrison County.  The property is the former site of a platted town known as “Morvin,” and served as a ferry landing until the 1966 completion of the Matthew Welsh Bridge 2 miles downstream at Mauckport. While the Morvin’s Landing property has tremendous historic significance, it also contains several diverse habitat areas including river buffer, wetlands, and several threatened and endangered plant species.

  • Organization: Harrison County ParksCounty: Harrison
  • Contact: Mark Becker, Bicentennial Nature Trust Program Director, (317) 234-8494,
  • Type: Bicentennial Nature Trust
  • Project Number: IBC-BNT-83
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