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Officer's Woods

Officer's Woods
Officer's Woods

Officer's Woods is one of the finest remnants of beech-maple forest south of the Wisconsin-age glacial boundary in Indiana. The site contains two stands with slightly different composition, one of which contains an exceptionally high density of black gum.

Location: Jefferson County, IN

Year designated: 1974

Acres: 163

Ownership: Private

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Last Updated: June 28, 2012