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Pennsy Trail Head is located at 424 South 400 West, Greenfield 46140.
No experience necessary.

We want to thank all of our 175 volunteers in 2019 for helping to restore this vital habitat.

Mark Sullivan
Rob Stoffel
Peggy Brewer
Louise Thompson
Larry Studbaker
Shannon LeMaster
Sara Cliffton
Rick & Ellen Adams
Chad Matchett
Bill Thomas
Elanco Work Day
Nine Star Connect
Brian & Sara Muckerheide
Dave & Mary Ann Wietbrock
Firestation #45
American Heritage Girls/troops
Scout troops 462, 4438, 115, 4954, 624, 1716, 254, 244, 3111, 4954, 4438

Save the Date:
The 2020 Global Youth Service Date is April 18th

The goal is to cut and burn invasive honeysuckle and replace with native Indiana trees and plants to restore habitat for animals, birds, and insects. This Sugar Creek Water Shed hosts to the American Bald Eagle, hawks, owls, 33 species of fish, Otters, Mallard Ducks, and several other vital wildlife. This site will have a comfort station, shelter, and wildlife educational stations for trail users planned for 2021.

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