To protect, restore, and promote appreciation of Sugar Creek and its watershed.

Nature Park Captures State Honor

Nature Park Captures State Honor
Journal Review
by Barry Lewis

The Crawfordsville Nature Park was the topic of a lot of discussion during Tuesday’s City Council Committee meeting, but that all seemed somewhat moot when Mayor Charlie Coons closed the meeting with an announcement about the park.

Nature Park Ready for Visitors

Sugar Creek Nature Park Ready for Visitors
Journal Review
by Barry Lewis

Despite the rain over the past two days workers from the Crawfordsville Park and Recreation department completed the building of the final five stations on the Sugar Creek Nature Park.

Work on the seven outdoor classroom shelters on the east side of the road was completed in late May and early June. The work on the ones on the west side of U.S. 231 were completed Thursday.

Governor Announces Conservation Plan on Wabash, Sugar

On Thursday, June 10, Governor Daniels announced a major land conservation initiative that will ultimately cover 43,000 acres of land on the Wabash River and Sugar Creek.

Read more from Terre Haute's Tribune Star here.

Read the Journal Review article here.

Pictures from the Sugar Creek Canoe Race

View pictures from the 47th annual Sugar Creek Canoe Race here:

Read the Journal Review article (with results) here.

Spring 2010 Newsletter Online

The spring 2010 newsletter is now available. Get your copy here.

Pictures from 4-24 Clean-up and Sign Dedication

Click here to see pictures from Saturday's Sugar Creek Clean-up and sign dedication. Read the Journal Review article here

Sugar Creek: A River of Beauty

Crawfordsville's Carnegie Museum will host an exhibit on Sugar Creek starting Tuesday, March 2. The exhibit contains a wide array of information and historical items including paintings, bridge models, fossil, early pictures from Shades and Turkey Run, and artifacts from the Yount's Mill. Friends of Sugar Creek collected and arranged the material with help from the Wabash College Archives and the Turkey Run nature center.