The Gwynne Conservation Area
The Gwynne Conservation Area is a 65-acre demonstration and education area for agriculture and natural resources management practices. The Gwynne is located in Madison County at the Ohio State University’s Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London Ohio. A committee of resource professionals from Ohio’s natural resource agencies oversees educational programming and policy at the Conservation Area.
At the Gwynne
• The 2015 Farm Science Review will be September 22-24. Join us for programs, displays, and activities on agriculture, conservation, and natural resources.
• Conservation practices installed in a variety of habitats inspire and educate landowners every day.
• Environmnental and educational organizations use the Natural Resources Interpretive Center for programs and meetings.
Finding the Gwynne
The Gwynne Conservation Area is located at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center, The Ohio State University in London, Ohio. Click here for driving directions.
What's New at the Gwynne?
Bluebirds returning to the Gwynne Conservation Area this spring will find a nice surprise – new and improved nest boxes! The Gwynne has 20 nest boxes available for bluebirds, tree swallows, chickadees, and house wrens looking for a home.
Those familiar with the Gwynne Conservation Area will notice that a pine plantation has been removed due to health issues. In its place is the beginning of a new demonstration on Christmas tree farming! A 7 year plan is in place so that more trees will be planted each year to allow for a crop to be ready for harvest.