It’s important to us to have deep roots in this community. Sanctuary Native Landscapes supports key area organizations that share our core values of conservation, restoration, and enjoyment of the outdoors. It’s not just lip service; we support each of these with monetary and/or in-kind contributions.


Riverview Native Nursery

If you are looking for native plants to install in your garden we recommend that you check out the selection of Riverview Native Nursery. Most Riverview plants are local genotype, meaning they’re seed-grown from stock indigenous to northeast Indiana. Owner Martha Ferguson, a master naturalist and an advanced Master Gardener, is an expert resource for helping you find just the right plants for your location.


Homegrown National Park

Homegrown National Park is a grassroots call-to-action to regenerate biodiversity and ecosystem function by planting native plants and creating new ecological networks.


ACRES Land Trust

ACRES Land Trust is a member-based nonprofit protecting land and preserving natural areas for good. They serve families and communities in northeast Indiana, southern Michigan and northwest Ohio.

Eco Fest Fort Wayne

Eco Fest Fort Wayne’s mission is to increase awareness and educate about sustainability; celebrate business and organizations whose mission or practices push forward sustainability; encourage community involvement; and make sustainability accessible to all.

LC Nature Park
Explore more than 200 acres of native Indiana landscape, where herds of bison and elk graze the restored grasslands, wildflowers burst into bloom, and children experience the magic of nature.

LC Nature Park features nearly 5 miles of hiking trails, an ancient sand dune, and a fully renovated century-old barn for hosting educational programs and events.

Located in the historic Little River Valley, LC Nature Park was once the reserve of Chief Akima Neewilenkwanka of the Myaamia (Miami) Nation. This unique park honors the past while protecting the natural features for generations to come.

Little River Wetlands Project

LRWP works to restore and protect wetlands in the historic watershed of the Little River, a major tributary of the Wabash River, and to provide educational opportunities that encourage good stewardship of wetlands and other natural ecosystems.

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