MOORESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The state’s latest nature preserve
has opened in central Indiana’s Morgan County.
The Central Indiana Land Trust said the Fred and Dorothy
Meyer Nature Preserve is open for hiking, bird watching and other pursuits. The
69-acre preserve is located off State Road 67 south of Mooresville on
The Central Indiana Land Trust said it protected the acreage
from future development in three different land transactions.
The preserve is named in part for Fred Meyer, who served on
the board of the Indiana chapter of The Nature Conservancy and played a role in
getting the state’s first dedicated nature preserve established in 1969.
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