Central Indiana Land Trust

  • A haven for endangered bats in Indiana

    By Kirsten Ferguson April 14, 2022

    Bats are invaluable to North American ecosystems for their role in eating insects and saving plants and trees from damage and disease. But white-nose syndrome, the fast-moving fungal disease, has decimated North American bats in recent years. And habitat destruction is another threat, including from wind farms, which can wipe out bat habitat during construction and then contribute to bat losses while operating.

  • Volunteer opportunities for conservation

    By Kelsey Pramik April 13, 2021

    Volunteering is a fun and rewarding way to meet new people, visit beautiful places and give back to your community. Whether you want to get outside and enjoy a hands-on experience at your local preserve or offer your time in a skills-based capacity, there are many ways you can donate your time to support your local land trust.