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Articles About Glen Helen Association

  • Glen Helen meets $4.25 million campaign goal

    The Glen Helen Association has announced the completion of its $4.25 million campaign, launched in June 2020, to purchase Glen Helen Nature Preserve from Antioch College, reopen the preserve to the public and more.

  • Building Community | An ecology for all in Glen Helen

    “There may be no better place to witness that confluence of differing goals and interconnectedness than the 1,147 acres that compose the Glen Helen Nature Preserve.”

  • Local poets published in anthology

    The Glen Helen Association and Tecumseh Land Trust recently released “Sun and Shadow, Wood and Stone,” an anthology of poems by 61 local and regional wordsmiths who’ve read at the annual Solstice Poetry Reading over the past decade.

  • Watch tower: Antioch College’s decommissioned smokestack comes down

    After almost half a day wrangling with the well-constructed smokestack from the decommissioned Antioch College power plant, workers take stock of the demolition process. (Photo by Kathleen Galarza)

    The 125-foot-tall smokestack, the most visible part of the decommissioned Antioch College power plant, was demolished Monday, Oct. 10, as part of a $4.25 million grant, the Campaign to Secure the Future of Glen Helen.

  • Smokestack from decommissioned heating plant to come down Monday, Oct. 10.

    Part of Corry Street and the Little Miami Bike Trail will be closed off Monday for demolition of the smokestack and removal of a 10,000 gallon fuel tank of the decommissioned Antioch College heating plant.

  • Checking in with the Glen

    Since 2020, Glen Helen Nature Preserve has undergone an ownership change, moving from the care of Antioch College to the independently operated Glen Helen Association; received major grants for improvements; and become the home of some very industrious and popular beavers — and, of course, weathered it all through a pandemic.

  • Glen Helen trails open Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday due to hazards

    The trails of Glen Helen Nature Preserve will be closed temporarily Sunday, Feb. 20, and Monday, Feb. 21.

  • Nearly $1M in improvements slated for Glen Helen

    The old Antioch College power plant will soon be demolished and the land rehabbed into wetlands, thanks in part to a $988,119 grant from the Clean Ohio Conservation Fund.

  • Glen Helen seeks power plant demolition

    The News takes a closer look at the Glen Helen Association’s plans to demolish a now-shuttered power plant site and restore the area, the plant’s history and the current state of the former plant.

  • Glen Helen’s first six months

    Recalling the events of the past year in which the COVID-19 global pandemic almost forced the closure of the nature preserve deeply loved by the community, Executive Director Nick Boutis laid out the picture from a year ago.

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