Trees of Indiana Mission

Incorporate a greater understanding of the importance of biodiversity, land conservation, and natural corridors in the central Ohio Valley & Midwestern Prairie Region.

Vision and Theme

Increased understanding about how trees have a critical role in complex natural systems and are an integral component of biodiversity.  Guided by the publications; 

  • 50 Common Trees of Indiana

    • Originally published in 1953.  Written by T.E. Shaw & Charles Deam.

    • Reproduced by Purdue in 2009. Available through the Purdue Education Store, product code 4-H-15-80 

  • 101 Trees of Indiana, A Field Guide. Published in 2004. Written by Marion T. Jackson. 

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