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A New Park for Connecting Kids to Nature: The Children of Indiana Nature Park

In Celebration of the Hoosier Bicentennial, the Children of Indiana Nature Park was created by the Nature Conservancy in Centerville, IN. In partnership with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Cope Environmental Center and the Indiana Department of Education, the park seeks to reconnect children with nature. To learn more about the goals of the Children of Indiana Nature Park check out the link below.

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To learn more about how to create a naturalized playground and infuse play into pathway networks to encourage active lifestyles for children, families, and communities, request a full copy of the NatureGrounds and Paythways for Play program books, click here.

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