(LAGRANGE) – A LaGrange County nature preserve is growing.
Quog Lake Nature Preserve added 12 more acres recently according to ACRES Land Trust. That brings the total at Quog to 138 acres in an area that is a priority conservation area that contains two historic school buildings.
ACRES Executive Director Jason Kissel says growing preserves is a priority as each acre added is a big deal for conservation, protection, and for maximizing their member and donor investments in the land.
ACRES also acquired four acres of transferable land near Howe and now holds 681 acres in Lagrange County.
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