Shirley Heinze Land Trust is a vibrant partnership of volunteers, donors, professionals, business, and industry working together to preserve, protect and restore significant natural areas in northwestern Indiana.
Our mission is also to educate, inspire and invite the public to experience the natural wonders of our unique region.
Come learn about the work we do, and join us!
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Winter Tree Identification Workshop
Saturday, December 7
9:30am - 2:30pm
Barker Woods Nature Preserve
Join us at Barker Woods to learn the basics of winter tree identification. So many of us rely on looking at leaf shape to identify trees, but after the leaves have fallen, we can use many other characteristics to tell them apart. This workshop will take place both indoors and outdoors. Attendees will receive a free copy of the 101 Trees of Indiana field guide.
Space is limited. RSVP by calling 219-242-8558 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meadowbrook Conservation Center
109 W 700 N, Valparaiso
Tuesday, December 10th - anytime between 9am-Noon
Removing Invasive Species
Barker Woods in Michigan City
Tuesday, December 10th 1-4pm
Lydick Bog Trail Blazing & Invasive Species Removal
Lydick Bog Nature Preserve
Saturday, December 14th at 9am
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Save the Date: May 30, 2020