Darlington Woods

Forest area showing woodlands at the Darlington property.

Darlington Woods is in the Central Hill Plain Natural Region in Montgomery County about 6 miles north northeast of Crawfordsville , IN. It contains a total of 57 acres and all are forested. The Darlington Woods contains valuable timber on the site and has a long research history having been used as a field laboratory for students and private land owners throughout the region. The stream running through the property from agricultural land offers potential for additional research use.

ResearchAerial View of Darlington Woods.

  • Forest Inventory
  • Oak Regeneration
  • Herbicide Efficacy
  • Management Plan and Soil Survey- contact property manager
  • Total acres: 57



Don Carlson
Southeast-Purdue Agricultural Center (SEPAC)
4425 East 350 North
Butlerville, IN 47223
Cell: 812.798.2764

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