We hope to see you at one of the many upcoming events!
Learn more and register below:
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***May 1st, 1-9 PM***

*Postponed from 4/24 due to weather*

Earth Day Celebration

benefiting Sargent Road Nature Park

Free Admission: Registration/RSVP Appreciated


@ SARGENT ROAD FARM HOUSE: 8605 Sargent Road Indianapolis, IN

Walk on down or use free Parking Down Clune Lane and 8610 Sargent Road in a field.

In conjunction with volunteers from Mud Creek Conservancy, Andy and Jennifer Claphan will be hosting a fundraiser at their Sargent Road Farm House ( to benefit the Sargent Road Nature Park on May 1st, 2021!

This first-of-its-kind, all day event will be a welcome break from the daily grind that we have all been enduring throughout the pandemic. There will be activities to interest everyone - from an early morning litter clean up along Sargent Road, arts and crafts booths, local food trucks, live plant sales, local wine and beer offerings, and live music! Bring the whole family, have fun, and support a great cause! Learn more and RSVP below:

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April 7 @ 6 PM

April 25 @ 2 PM

Join us as we take a guided tour of a Mud Creek Conservancy Conservation Easement and Private Woodland in search of spring ephemerals. We will observe, photograph and learn about these beautiful native wildflowers and their pollinator relationships. We will also learn about invasive species that threaten their existence and how we can restore and enhance woodland our habitats.

April 17 @ 10 AM

Ramble (n): a relaxed journey on foot for exercise or pleasure

One of the surest signs that Spring has arrived. The beautiful pink blooms of the native Eastern Redbud Tree. Join us on a leisurely ramble through the Redbud groves and 25 acre habitat we seek to preserve as Sargent Road Nature Park.

April 24 @ 8 AM

May 1 @ 8 AM

We invite you to join us for a morning of guided birding through the beautiful 25 acres we seek to preserve as Sargent Road Nature Park in northeast Indianapolis. Spring migration is an exciting time to observe many new bird species visiting the site. 110 bird species have been observed at this natural area over the past 2 years.

100% of proceeds benefit bird and habitat conservation!

  • 50% will benefit the creation of Sargent Road Nature Park

  • 50% will benefit Amos Butler Audubon Society of Central Indiana


Local and international birding guide, Wes Homoya, will guide participants through a variety of habitats along the 1.5 mile trail, observing and learning about the amazing bird diversity at this special urban sanctuary. Whether you are an avid bird-watcher, photographer or simply looking to learn and experience nature in a new way, you don't want to miss this opportunity!

Bring your cameras, binoculars and wandering spirits.