Pinney PAC Woods Aerial ViewPinney Purdue Ag Center

Pinney Purdue Ag Center is in the Northwestern Morainal natural negion in Porter County. The PAC contains a total of 643 acres, with about 36 acres in forest. The forest was originally used to study the effects of cattle grazing on woodlands. Today, the woodlands is a component of a natural resources, management, demonstration area. This area highlights forest management, native warm season grass establishment, wetland establishement, deer fencing, shrub plantings and a black cherry seed orchard.


Research

  • Forest Inventory
  • Forest Regeneration
  • Timber Stand
  • Wildlife Habitat Improvement
  • Management Plan

Property Manager

Don Carlson
Office: 574.772.7558
Cell: 812.798.2764 
Email: carlsode@purdue.edu

Forestry and Natural Resources, 715 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2061 USA, (765) 494-3590

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