Prairie Border is a fairly typical oak savanna preserve adjacent to the Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area.
Wildflowers typical of prairies, including blazing star, partridge pea, and yarrow, appear here and there.
The Nature Conservancy has worked hard to restore this property, repeatedly burning it to thin the understory and promote native fire-adapted species.
There is no established trail, though the dim outline of an old dirt road is visible leading northeast from the access point described below. The sandy track makes its way up to the top of a small hill before petering out in a thick mass of briars.
Jasper County. From the intersection of US 421 and IN 10, go west 3.0 miles on IN 10 to 500 East, then south 1.0 mile to 1100 North, then west 0.5 miles to an obscure and unmarked pull off on the right.
North 41 10.348 West 86 57.540
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None, though adjacent Jasper-Pulaski has limited facilities.
Nearby Natural Areas
Habeck: Wild Indiana; Page 23
Nature Conservancy: Guide to Indiana Preserves; Page 256