Nature News Corner

Are you looking for more information about the local organizations and events offered in your area?


Browse the newsletters on Plug-In To Nature Nature News Center to discover the opportunities in Northeast Indiana and the organizations that dedicate their time and effort to provide educational programs to the public.

ACRES Land Trust


ACRES Land Trust preserves natural areas in the northeast Indiana, northwest ohio, and southern Michigan. More than 6,100 acres have been preserved and they offer more than 78 nature preserves open to the public.


Visit ACRES new website for more information:

Allen County Parks


“To establish and manage a permanent park system incorporating conservation, education, outdoor values, and nature preservation, and to provide recreational opportunities for the people of Allen County within this structure”

Environmental Resources Center IPFW


"Conserving through research and education"


Subscribe to their newsletter:

Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation

"Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in Fort Wayne by providing positive opportunities for leisure time and by being stewards of our park lands, facilities, public trees, and other resources entrusted to our care.

The Fort Wayne Park & Recreation Department has been accredited since October, 2004"


Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College


"Providing a natural sanctuary for northern Indiana's plants and animals


Providing environmental education for people of all ages


Providing a setting for re-creating opportunities that benefit the human body and spirit while not exploiting the land or excessively disturbing its ecosystems"

New Haven Parks & Recreation


"To enhance the quality of life for all people in our community by providing parks, green spaces, recreation facilities and programs that make the best use of our natural, financial and human resources."

Riverview Native Nursery Newsletter


"Plants native to northeastern Indiana for your landscape and gardens, and for the birds, butterflies and pollinators." 


Visit their website for more information:



Save Maumee - Riverfront Rapport

"The purpose of Save Maumee Grassroots Organization is to preserve, protect and improve the ecosystems of the Upper Maumee River and watershed by increasing public awareness through advocacy, collaboration, education and hands-on projects. The organization operates as a charitable, nonprofit organization and is recognized as a 501 (c)(3) by the IRS.  Our work since 2005 has been supported by memberships and 100% volunteer efforts.” (Save Maumee website)


Become A Plug-In To Nature Ambassador

If your organization would like to become a Plug-In To Nature Ambassador, send an email to or use the contact us form!
Print Print | Sitemap Recommend this page Recommend this page

© 2016 Plug-In To Nature
PO Box 553, Huntertown, IN 46748
A Northeast Indiana Community Nature Project