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​Office of Land Stewardship​

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The Office of Land Stewardship protects and manages natural habitats for people, wildlife, clean air, and clean water.
  
Across 39 properties, the Office of Land Stewardship cares for more than 1,500 acres of park natural areas, green infrastructure installations that filter stormwater runoff, and conservation easements.

Land Stewardship helps preserve critical wildlife habitat, provide passive recreation opportunities, protect air quality, and address stormwater issues. We are a regional leader in protecting natural areas and helped Indianapolis become a National Wildlife Foundation Top 10 City for Wildlife in 2015.

Explore Natural Areas

Natural areas provide a broad range of “ecosystem services”. That means natural areas have an important job in maintaining the quality of the environment we live in. They also provide Indianapolis residents and visitors with unique recreational opportunities.
Get Involved​

Come help us steward our natural areas! We regularly work with awesome volunteers to help clear invasive species and trash from our properties, as well as help with plantings, trails, or other amenities. Watch our social media accounts and join our mailing list to learn about volunteer opportunities. We’re all responsible for good stewardship. Looking for ideas for your own property? You can help make Indy healthy and sustainable too!
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  • Indianapolis Office of Land Stewardship
    1200 S Madison Ave
    Suite 200
    Indianapolis, IN 46225
  • Don Miller, Land Stewardship Manager:
    don.miller@indy.gov
    (317) 327-7416
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