|UNO Nature Preserves|
|Glacier Creek Preserve||T.L. Davis Prairie|
Glacier Creek Preserve is a 243-acre reestablished grassland research area situated northwest of Omaha in Douglas County, Nebraska. Allwine Prairie is at the core of Glacier Creek Preserve and includes the 160-acre farm originally donated to UNO in 1959 by Arthur A. Allwine. The acquisition of farm land surrounding Allwine Prairie began in 2010, with the addition of 83 acres northeast of the preserve. The Preserve provides a site for prairie education and research. Learn more...
T.L. Davis Prairie is a 25-acre preserve that was donated to the Biology Department in Spring 2005, and is named after the donor's grandfather, Thomas L. Davis. The main area consists of upland loess bluff prairie remnant and oak woodland slopes. Historically, the slopes consisted of an oak savanna system, as evidenced by large, open-grown bur oak trees. The preserve also includes access to the Elkhorn River. Learn more....
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