About ACRES Land Trust’s Ecological Reflections

From 2017 to 2217, ACRES Land Trust’s Ecological Reflections project will commission artists and scientists to create a deep understanding of its Wing Haven nature preserve near Angola, Indiana, and the way we use land.


ACRES is not only studying nature, but the way we interact with and view our land.

ACRES’ Ecological Reflections project will fund robust scientific research and commission art through 2217. As we amass 200 years of data, artwork and writings on Wing Haven, we will gain insight on how people view their connection to nature, the impacts of land use, and how Indiana’s changing land ethic alters the landscape.

In nature’s time frame, 200 years isn’t very long. But natural areas
that thrive for millennia can be altered overnight by human activity.


ACRES Launches 200 Year Ecological Reflections Art & Science Initiative

ACRES Land Trust kicks off a 200-year Ecological Reflections art and science initiative with a celebration, 2 pm, Saturday, August 12 at Wing Haven, located at 180 W 400 N, Angola, IN 46703. Indiana’s oldest and largest local land trust will commission and share two centuries of work by artists and scientists investigating and reflecting on …