The Stockbridge Audubon Society was formed April 12, 1899, in the History Center’s building, just one year after the founding of the Indiana Audubon Society. It is the oldest Audubon chapter in the state and one of the oldest in the country. Learn about the movers and shakers of Fort Wayne who formed this chapter and the contributions that the society has made to the city and northeastern Indiana.
Terri Gorney is a Fort Wayne native. She attended Indiana University, where she received her degree in marketing/interior design, as well as Marian College, where she received her degree in business administration. Terri serves on the boards of the Stockbridge Audubon Society, Friends of the Limberlost and Society of Indiana Pioneers. Terri has a strong love of history and researching the people who have made a difference in Indiana. She has written articles for the Limberlost State Historic Site, ACRES Land Trust, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society.
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This program received funding from a Humanities Initiative Grant