(SEYMOUR) - The US Fish and Wildlife Service is holding an open house in Seymour Thursday to talk about the future of the Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge.
The open house is scheduled the day after tomorrow between 2:00 and 7:00pm at the refuge's visitor's center, and is aimed to reveal plans to connect visitors with the environment better at Indiana's oldest wildlife refuge.
You can also see a plan by clicking here, or by visiting the Crothersville, Medora, Jennings County, Jackson County or Monroe County Public Libraries, where the plan is available for public viewing.
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