Before and after oriental bittersweet was removed at our Beverly Shores Project Area.

Meadowbrook Monday

Meadowbrook Monday Held on the first and third Monday of every month as we work together on a variety of outdoor projects at Meadowbrook Nature Preserve! Volunteers are a crucial part of the Shirley Heinze ecosystem, helping us to steward, garden, prune, and build solutions that beautify the preserve for all to enjoy. This Meadowbrook …

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close up of white trillium flowers

Trails, Trees and Trillium in Northwest Indiana

This blog entry was originally posted through Enbridge on October 5, 2021. Some information has been updated from the original post. Shirley Heinze Land Trust uses Meadowbrook Nature Preserve trail system to engage residents in nature and conservation On a guided hike through Meadowbrook Nature Preserve in northwest Indiana, visitors traverse newly expanded trail systems through oak …

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Snowy Scenes: Mink Monitoring Part 4

By: Jim Haniford Well, here we are.  It’s the fourth blog already.  Hard to believe it’s been over a month since I started sharing these experiences with you.  They’re the field notes of our ongoing campaign to monitor the American mink along a tributary of Salt Creek that snakes its way through Meadowbrook Nature Preserve.  …

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