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Munro Nature Preserve

Originally part of the 13,000-acre Limberlost Swamp and forest made famous by naturalist and author Gene Stratton-Porter, this preserve is the site of Brushwood School House, mentioned in StrattonPorter’s Girl of the Limberlost. On this property, visitors can look for and find the birds, trees and wildflowers described in Stratton-Porter’s books.

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volunteers worked 2,500 hours in the field, office and on the trails

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