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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > Cedar Creek Corridor – Bicentennial Nature Trust Cedar Creek Corridor – Bicentennial Nature Trust

Led by ACRES Land Trust, the Cedar Creek Conservation Area covers 20 river miles of Cedar Creek running from Auburn in DeKalb County to the creek’s terminus at the St. Joseph River in northern Allen County.  More than 1,300 acres of diverse habitat are already protected within the corridor, offering an excellent framework to build upon.  Cedar Creek is a popular canoeing, kayaking, and fishing destination, and has been designated one of only three Natural, Scenic, and Recreational River Systems in the state.

  • Organization: Cedar Creek Conservation Area
  • County: Allen
  • Contact: Mark Becker, Bicentennial Nature Trust Program Director, (317) 234-8494,
  • Type: Bicentennial Nature Trust
  • Project Number: IBC-BNT-110
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