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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

Legacy Projects > Limberlost: Planting Trees for Future Generations Limberlost: Planting Trees for Future Generations

A garden full of native Indiana plants will surround a newly planted Bald Cypress tree adjacent to the Allison Jukebox Building – a location that was selected because of its numerous youth programs. The garden will feature a 60-pound plaque made from Indiana limestone donated by Bybee Stone Company and cut into the outline of the state, as well as three stones representing Kiwanis youth programs at every stage of childhood: K-Kids (elementary school), Builders Club (middle school), and Key Club (high school).

  • Organization: Indiana State Museum & Friends of the Limberlost State Historic Site
  • County: Adams
  • Contact: Terri Gorney, 260-413-5671,   
  • Type: Non-Profit
  • Project Number: IBC-NC-79
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