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What is the Oak Savanna and why is it so important?

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December 14, 2015

Submitted by: Cathy Martin, Save the Dunes

An oak savanna is a mixture between the tallgrass prairies of the west and forests of the east. The low tree density and large spaces between trees create a…


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The Sandhill Cranes at Jasper-Pulaski

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November 6, 2015

All photos and blog contributed by: Bob Strempka

Medaryville¬†¬† – ¬† Autumn provides Northwest Indiana residents a rare spectacle in the arrival of Eastern Greater Sandhill Cranes to the Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area…


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The Grand Calumet River Celebration!

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October 12, 2015

By Eve Wierzbicki

Last week I was invited to attend the Grand Calumet River Celebration. Thanks to Susan Mihalo of The Nature Conservancy, I was able to take part in a guided van tour to view remediated sections of the Grand Calumet River and…

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