The Department of Natural Resources is providing more than half a million dollars in grants to combat invasive plants in lakes throughout Indiana.
The Fish and Wildlife division received extra funding over the past few years, allowing them to work on more one-time projects.
The newly-revised plan does include plans to make forests more accessible to Hoosiers looking to pitch a tent or explore a cave.
The program provides 240 park entrance passes, one for every library in Indiana. Hoosiers with a library card can check-out a free pass just like a book.
Snowy owls travel as far south as central Indiana as part of their annual migration.
Starting Monday morning, 14 state parks across the state will close for a two-day deer-reduction hunt.
The public has until Saturday to weigh in on the strategic plan that will guide how the state’s forestlands are used over the next four years.
The DNR's Division of Forestry is hosting three public meetings this week to discuss its proposed five year strategic plan.
Labor Day could be one of the last chances Hoosiers have to get out on the water. In case of an emergency, Indiana’s conservation officers are ready to respond.
Due to a growing population of Spanish-speakers in Indiana, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources has put out a new translated fishing guide.