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ACRES Land Trust recently acquired 78 acres of rolling Hillsdale County land for permanent protection. Kauffman Nature Sanctuary is ACRES first Michigan property, bringing ACRES permanently protected land in the tri-state area to a total of 7,230 acres. ACRES will open trails on the preserve this fall. Read more about the Kauffman acquisition by Janet ...
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Hudson, Mi., February 10, 2020 – ACRES Land Trust recently acquired 78 acres of rolling Hillsdale County land for permanent protection. Kauffman Nature Sanctuary is ACRES’ first Michigan property, bringing its total permanently protected land to 7,230 acres in the tristate area. ACRES will open trails on the preserve this fall. “We’re excited to respond to ...
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LAGRANGE, Ind., November 26, 2019 –ACRES Land Trust recently expanded its Quog Lake preserve, part of a priority conservation area south of LaGrange, by 12 acres. The property houses two historic school buildings, one of which serves a congregation that has met on the site since the mid-1800s. ACRES, Indiana’s oldest and largest local land ...
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“Places are…defined less by unique locations, landscapes, and communities than by the focusing of experiences and intentions onto a particular setting.” — E. C. Relph, “Place and Placelessness,” The Natural Heritage of Indiana Jann Prince has focused her challenging life experiences, intentions, efforts and strong will on a particular place: Peace Farm in Wells County. ...
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ACRES completes 500-acre acquisition phase on Cedar Creek, launches storytelling project HUNTERTOWN, Ind., August 5, 2019 – On completion of a 500-acre acquisition phase on Cedar Creek, ACRES Land Trust is launching a website, booklet and video on its decades-long work protecting the Corridor. To date, the nonprofit permanently protects one thousand acres in the ...
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BRISTOL, Ind., June 18, 2019 – ACRES Land Trust recently acquired a 23 acre addition to Eby Bog, north of Bristol, bringing a total of 33 acres, or about 95% of the bog under the organization’s permanent protection. With member support, ACRES protects 7,117 acres of forest, wetland, native prairie, unique natural features and working ...
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ACRES Land Trust recently acquired the Philip and Jean Ross Preserve, the sixth property permanently protected by the local land trust in Huntington. To date, ACRES protects 7,094 acres in the tristate area with member and donor support, including 372 acres in Huntington, primarily along the Wabash River. “Phil and I are conservationists,” says Jean ...
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(Bristol, Ind.) – At the request of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Nature Preserves, local nonprofit ACRES Land Trust recently purchased a 25-acre addition to the Elkhart Bog Nature Preserve at auction, using the organization’s dedicated acquisition fund for high priority conservation areas. The DNR will reimburse ACRES with funds from the ...
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18 acres added in Wells County. 19 acres south of Warsaw. 17 to two preserves in Noble County. In addition to acquiring larger ecologically rare and unique lands, ACRES Land Trust values the opportunity to work with its neighbors to expand existing nature preserves through smaller acquisitions. “Adding to existing preserves will always be a ...
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Additional 19 acres helps keep preserve wild, protects entire pond. Silver Lake, Ind. (September 17, 2018) – ACRES Land Trust’s Wildwood nature preserve in Kosciusko County has grown by 19 acres enclosing the preserve’s small pond, thanks to a purchase from neighbor and tenant farmer Roger Wagoner and his wife, Carla. “We’re eager to work ...
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The late Dr. Frederick O. and Elfrieda Mackel expanded a neighborly legacy of preserving the Cedar Creek Corridor through ACRES Land Trust. The Mackels originally purchased land overlooking Cedar Creek in 1956, moving there from Fort Wayne so their four children could grow up exploring fields, creeks and woodlands. The Mackels’ neighbors and friends, Jim ...
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Inspired by generations of family history, two families recently donated their adjacent land and lake to ACRES Land Trust for permanent protection. Little Lake, just west of Albion, served as outdoor haven to two generations of the Richman family who owned the north portion and to three generations of Tiptons who owned the south portion. ...
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By the Numbers

1,500
acres of Cedar Creek corridor preserved with partners