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The Nature Conservancy of Indiana

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The Nature Conservancy of Indiana

The Indiana Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Our mission is to preserve the plants, animals, and natural communities of Indiana by preserving the lands and waters they need to survive.

Website: http://www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/indiana/
Location: Indianapolis
Members: 17
Latest Activity: on Wednesday

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Anderson Falls 1 Reply

Started by Ryan Hagan. Last reply by Betsy Smith Dec 5, 2009.

Anderson Falls, Barker Woods, and Beanblossom Bottoms

Started by Ryan Hagan Jul 30, 2009.

Your Carbon Footprint

Started by Ryan Hagan Jul 28, 2009.

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Comment by David McGowan on August 18, 2009 at 3:37pm
Hello TNC in Indiana. I'm glad to see your presence on this site. Let's start adding some movies.
 

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Feed from Indiana Living Green Magazine

Recycle, don’t recharge

Where do you recycle just plain old, regular alkaline batteries?

Jeff

Hi Jeff, happy to answer your question, free of charge!

Interstate Batteries has eight locations in Indiana that will accept all types of batteries for recycling. Their web site claims that they actually recycle more batteries than they sell!

[...]

Tale of the tape

I’m writing as an archivist who needs to recycle old VHS, Betamax and cassette tapes.  I do know the tapes themselves are toxic when burned (which is what will happen to them if we toss them in the trash in Indianapolis).  Several places in town used to recycle them, but [...]

Scrapping the scrap

Renee,

Current market conditions have scrap prices tumbling to historic lows.  How will these conditions affect the city’s contract with Covanta (if it goes through)?  For many items that become scrap, costs outweigh revenues.  I understand domestic copper mines are stockpiling rather than selling at these prices.  Any idea how [...]

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