Ginn Woods

Saw this story online the other day – Ball State is dedicating Ginn Woods as a state nature preserve.  Ginn Woods was purchased by Ball State University in 1970, and it has been maintained in its current pristine state since then.  It is Indiana’s second largest old-growth forest (Spring Mill State Park being the largest).

Access to Ginn Woods is not allowed absent permission from Ball State, and the woods are currently used for educational and scientific purposes.  Not sure if it will be open to the public at some point after it becomes a state nature preserve, but we’ll see!

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