Red-tail Land Conservancy has received one of forty $5,000 MTN DEW Outdoor Grants in support of the organization’s ongoing commitment to champion the great outdoors.
Charting a Course
The rivers, woods, wetlands, and wildlife
that make up east central Indiana are
precious and irreplaceable.
We have a plan to protect them.
Explore Red-tail's Interactive
"Strategic Conservation Plan"
Building on two decades of experience and knowledge, Red-tail Land Conservancy has launched a plan that will guide their work to preserve land in east central Indiana for the next 10-15 years. This Strategic Conservation Plan prioritizes ecological biodiversity, natural area connectivity, water quality, carbon trapping, and public accessibility.
E.O. Wilson was evolutionary biologist and animal behaviorist, referred to as Charles Darwin’s natural heir. Despite a complicated legacy, his research and vision will influence ecology and conservation for generations to come...