The USDA hopes to halt the decline of monarch butterflies by paying farmers and private lands owners to grow milkweed.
Environmental groups are gearing up for their annual "Greening the Statehouse" event this weekend at the University of Indianapolis.
The EPA’s new power plant rule aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions in the Hoosier State by about 28 percent by 2030.
Below the rolling hills and farmland in southern Indiana is an entirely different world.
Indiana State Parks department plans to reopen Wyandotte Caves in 2016.
FEMA upheld its earlier ruling that the state experienced two distinct weather events.
Heavy rain during the summer has resulted in great fall colors, say officials from the state's DNR and Brown County State Park.
Despite sunny conditions, temperatures could drop to 27 degrees by Sunday morning.
The Hoosier Environmental Council has long been concerned about the effect of the roughly 8,000 outdoor wood boilers across the state.
Bloomington is still in the first steps of establishing a plan to control the crow population in the city.