Indiana’s Father of Forestry
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Indiana’s Father of Forestry

Annette Scherber, an intern at the Indiana Historical Bureau, details Charles Deam's legacy in a guest blog post.

October 11, 2016
Think BIG about Indiana
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Think BIG about Indiana

There's great power in a good question. It can inspire you to think a bit deeper, read a bit further and talk a bit longer.

October 4, 2016
Hoosier Quotes to Inspire Your Trek
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Hoosier Quotes to Inspire Your Trek

We're sharing five of our favorite environmental literature quotes from our Next Indiana Campfires. Let your heart swoon over these words, penned by Hoosiers...

September 27, 2016
Fill Up Your Fall with Adventure
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Fill Up Your Fall with Adventure

Six opportunities to adventure through Indiana's most wild places, with beer and literature in hand!

September 20, 2016
Reading Mary Oliver on the Trail
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Reading Mary Oliver on the Trail

In honor of Pulitzer-Prize Winner Mary Oliver’s birthday, we're highlighting five times we've read her inspiring poems on the trail, along with excerpts from each.

September 13, 2016
Unpacking the Flatness
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Unpacking the Flatness

Micah Towery, professor of English at Goshen College, recaps our Next Indiana Campfire at Merry Lea Environmental Center.

September 6, 2016
Prophetstown: Lost Things Still Rising Here
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Prophetstown: Lost Things Still Rising Here

Next Indiana Campfire guide and Indiana Poet Laureate, Shari Wagner, reflects upon our powerful excursion in Prophetstown State Park.

August 30, 2016
Environmental Literature: A Look at Pulitzer-Prize Winning Authors
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Environmental Literature: A Look at Pulitzer-Prize Winning Authors

In honor of the Pulitzer Prizes' Centennial and Next Indiana Campfires, we're sharing a few of our favorite Pulitzer-Prize-winning environmental writers.

August 23, 2016