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Hello friends and neighbors,
Volunteers from Monroe County Identify & Reduce Invasive Species will be in our neighborhood May 11 at 10am. (MC-IRIS.org)
Our neighborhood is close to other groups and neighborhoods currently learning how to protect our biodiversity. They are taking steps to identify invasive species, remove them and plant native plants suited to their yards and property. Native plants are critical to the survival of our wildlife.
Gillian Field will answer questions about invasive and native plants in our neighborhood. We will meet at the Gentry Estates Common area in the shelter house for about 15 minutes then take a brief walk around to point out some invasive plants. She will have information about grants and free technical assistance available. Bring your weeds for identification!
See you soon for this fun neighborhood event!
Gentry Estates is located in Perry Township, Monroe County, Bloomington Indiana 47401.
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Gentry Estates is in located in the 9th US Congressional District of Indiana. The 9th Congressional District encompasses the center-south part of Indiana. This district stretches from the Ohio River in the south, upward to the southern edge of Indianapolis. The district averages 45 miles wide.
Our neighborhood is located in the 90th Indiana Senate District, which includes all of the City of Bloomington. Additionally, we are located in the 60th Indiana House District.
Our neighborhood is located approximately 10 minutes away from Lake Monroe. Lake Monroe is one of Indiana’s favorite boating and fishing lakes. The lake averages 10,750 acres.
Gentry Estates is located about 10 to 20 minutes from the Hoosier National Forest, and the Charles C Deam Wilderness Area. This area is managed by the US Department of Agriculture, National Forest Service. There are approximately 38 miles of hiking, biking, and horse trails in this area.