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Destination Hotel: Getaway Beaver Creek In Ohio

Experiencing cabin fever? We have the remedy.

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Line In The Sand

Is the Dunes’ promotion a one-time victory for conservation in Indiana, or the start of a new era of environmental activism in the state?

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Look At This Monster Waterfall Washing Out A Road In Madison

Waterfalls are rushing in Indiana parks right now.

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Day Trip: Goose Pond Fish And Wildlife Area

You can see thousands of the water-loving sandhill cranes from a new state-of-the-art visitor’s center, which overlooks the state’s largest wetlands preserve.

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Off the Beaten Path: 4 New Brown County Hikes

Recently opened or improved nature areas in Brown County you might not have visited yet.

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The New IMAX Movie Is a Very Big Deal

The film starts with a good 10 minutes showing dust swirling prismatically in space. It’s pure and beautiful.

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Indiana Backroads: Just Like Old Times in Owen County

Owen County lets explorers encounter nature in some of its purest forms.

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Deborah Paul’s Animal Attraction

This past winter, our attic became a haven for flying squirrels. These small tree-dwellers, a protected species in Indiana, banged around over our heads for nearly a week before we gave up and called a wildlife-management organization.

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Stick with Me: Phil Gulley on Deforestation

Being too concerned about protecting the natural world is like being too concerned about babies. How is it possible to be too concerned?

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Wanted: Butterfly Earrings

So beautiful and unusual, they’ll make your heart flutter.

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Natural Beauties: Indiana Native Plants

While some Indiana wildflowers can be quite showy, many of the blooms are more subtle than the hybrids bred to turn heads at The Home Depot; loving them is like looking past the prom queen and falling for the girl with glasses who reads poetry.

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