Journey with Nature

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The Nature Conservancy's Journey with Nature segments cover environmental and natural topics such as invasive species, green building and even jellyfish in Indiana. Most of the topics are tied to Indiana.More from Journey with Nature »

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Journey with Nature - The End

The writers, editors and Michael Atwood have enjoyed working on Journey with Nature, and are sad to say that this segment will be its last.

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Journey with Nature - Wabash River

The Wabash River is known as Indiana's River, and it needs our protection.

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Journey with Nature - Spinn Prairie

Spinn Prairie in White County is an amazing reminder of Indiana's vanishing prairie landscape.

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Journey with Nature - Mosquitoes

Hot, humid summer days we begged for comes with a price - mosquitoes are back.

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Journey with Nature - Brown-headed Cowbird

The native Brown-headed Cowbird is notorious for its unusual approach to raising its young, or the lack thereof.

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Journey with Nature - Pale Purple Coneflower

The pretty pale purple coneflower is a unique bloom found in our prairies and savannas.

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Journey with Nature - Twin Swamps Nature Preserve

A little bit of the Deep South can be found at Twin Swamps Nature Preserve in Posey County.

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Journey with Nature - Fireflies

Chasing after the blinking glow of fireflies on a warm, summer evening is a favorite childhood memory for many Hoosiers. Unfortunately we may be chasing after fewer this summer.

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Journey with Nature - Wild White Indigo

Indigo usually describes a bright, blue violet, but not in our prairies. Wild white indigo is a beautiful white native wildflower.

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Journey with Nature - 200th Episode

The Nature Conservancy is grateful for its partnership with WFYI and other public radio stations across the state.

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