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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > Ohio River Glades – Bicentennial Nature Trust Ohio River Glades – Bicentennial Nature Trust

Proposed by The Nature Conservancy, the Ohio River Glades Conservation Area would cover the steep ridges along the Ohio River extending from New Albany in Floyd County, to the southern tip of Harrison County.  The area is known for its many glades, where exposed siltstone has created natural openings in the forest home to extremely rare plant communities and several endangered species. The large bluffs overlooking the Ohio River feature large blocks of Chestnut Oak and Virginia Pine forest.

  • Organization: Ohio River Glades Conservation Area
  • County: Floyd
  • Contact: Mark Becker, Bicentennial Nature Trust Program Director, (317) 234-8494,
  • Type: Bicentennial Nature Trust
  • Project Number: IBC-BNT-125
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