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Preserve Description

This is a forest oasis with a stand of mature red and white oak, hickory, cherry, beech and maple trees surrounded by cultivated fields. More trees have been planted on six adjacent acres to enlarge this oasis. A small stream, which dries up during periods of drought, winds through the forest, and several species of salamander live here. Bloodroot, squirrel corn, spring beauty, wild phlox, Dutchman’s breeches and many other wildflowers grow abundantly beneath the trees.

  • Address:

    0393 W. 800 N, Uniondale, IN 46791

  • County:


  • Acreage:

    40.0 acres

  • Trail Length:

    0.5 miles

  • Trail Difficulty:

  • Year(s) Acquired:

    1982, 2004

Preserve Guide

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State Dedicated Preserve