The town of Zionsville announces the creation of the Zionsville Parks Foundation.  The launch coincides with the master planning of the nonprofit’s first major conservation and restoration project in turning the former 216-acre Wolf Run Golf Club, now named the Carpenter Nature Preserve, into the future site of a new nature center and the county’s largest conservation park.
The Foundation will collaborate with the Town of Zionsville Parks Department, the Parks Board and the Town Council on various projects, including scholarships for summer programs, park and land acquisitions and more exciting projects.
Zionsville Parks Foundation is a 501(c)(3) and exists to preserve, enhance and grow a thriving system of parks and programs for community enjoyment, education and wellness.