The DNR's Division of Forestry is hosting three public meetings this week to discuss its proposed five year strategic plan.
Indiana is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of women who hunt. One-point-five million of the nation’s hunters are now women.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management says the species can be linked to some negative health effects.
Three female African elephants are taking a vacation at Wilstem Ranch where they can roam in pastures and get a daily spa treatment.
The beach at Fairfax State Recreation reopened this week.
Due to a growing population of Spanish-speakers in Indiana, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources has put out a new translated fishing guide.
The new task force will travel the state to gather testimony from local experts and families affected by Indiana's growing drug epidemic.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund has been used to acquire more than 30,000 acres in Indiana.
The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority is partnering with an technology group to improve home energy efficiency for low income Hoosiers.
Indiana crews and fire trucks are being sent to places such as Oregon on grueling 14-day rotations to help battle blazes in western U.S. states.