Jennings County

Counties: Jennings County


Natural Areas Organizations


Jennings County Indiana Location Map

Jennings County is in southeast Indiana. It is bounded on the north by Decatur County, on the northwest by Bartholomew County, on the west by Jackson County, on the south by Scott County and Jefferson County, and on the east by Ripley County.


  Natural Areas

Calli Nature Preserve
 See also: DNR [PDF]

Guthrie Memorial Woods
 See also: OHC NC DNR [PDF]

Hall-Carmer Wetlands
 OHC

Muscatatuck County Park
 Coming Soon

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge
 See also: USFWS

Selmier State Forest
 DNR

Smith Woods
 OHC

Tribbett's Woods
  See also: OHC DNR [PDF]

Wells Woods
 DNR [PDF]

  Organizations

Indiana Karst Conservancy

Indiana Native Plant Society - South Central Chapter

Oak Heritage Conservancy

  Watersheds

 

Jennings County Indiana Watersheds map

Jennings County Watersheds
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Red lines on the map depict the boundaries of 8-digit hydrologic units (one convenient definition of a watershed) as shown on this 1974 United States Geological Survey Map.

Jennings County drains into two different 8-digit hydrologic units, each represented on the image above by an area between red lines and within the county boundary, designated by a letter. Clicking on a watershed name below will take you to separate page with more information on that watershed.

Letter

Watershed

A
B

Upper East Fork White
Muscatatuck