Discover the Cedar Creek Corridor, a natural treasure in northeast Indiana, and why ACRES members have rallied for decades to help protect it, for good.
Today, ACRES protects 1,000 acres of this unique natural feature, one of only three rivers designated in Indiana’s Natural, Scenic and Recreational River System under the 1973 Act of the same name. ACRES helped the waterway earn this designation in 1976. Learn more About Cedar Creek.
With interviews filmed by Ryan Schnurr, this video gives you insight into ACRES’ work protecting the creek, why it matters to local inhabitants and how concentrated community conservation takes shape when many people help. Learn more about Ryan Schnurr’s booklet: Cedar Creek Corridor: Changes in the Land, commissioned by ACRES to share our work.