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Pehkokia Woods

This preserve takes its name from the Miami word for “peace.” A small pond near the entrance mirrors surrounding trees and shrubs, giving you a feeling of peace just before you enter the forested area. Rolling upland woods are dominated by oak and hickory trees, with some maple, beech and black cherry. This upland forest is dissected by a number of 20-foot-deep …

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Tel-Hy

In Hebrew, Tel means “high” and Hy means “life,” and the names, individually or together, are appropriate. From a bluff high above, visitors have a splendid view of the winding Wabash River. There is life along the river and on the land above — beech and maple trees, sycamores and willows, and a variety of birds and wildflowers, including wood ducks …

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By the Numbers

1,500
acres of Cedar Creek corridor preserved with partners