Nutrients from Indiana rivers can spark algae blooms, which can be toxic to plants, animals and humans.
The USDA hopes to halt the decline of monarch butterflies by paying farmers and private lands owners to grow milkweed.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund has been used to acquire more than 30,000 acres in Indiana.
Wind turbines accidentally kill threatened species of bats in Indiana every year.
The Wind Energy Multi Species Habitat Conservation Plan looks at ways to lower the instances of endangered species deaths from wind turbines.
A bald eagle was found shot in Dubois County on Thursday, March 19. Now, the search is on to find its nest and the person responsible.
A report released Friday claims Indiana faces serious water resource challenges if state officials don't take action.
The group bought the 600 acres of woodland in Brown County from a group of investors who have owned the land since the 1980s.
A bill in the state legislature seeks to raise funds for construction of a visitor and learning center at the Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area.
Money made in Indianapolis will be sent to protect wildlife half a world away.