The plan helps the division set a direction for its programs and the care and management of state forests.
The black bear that wandered into Indiana last month continues to reside in Indiana.
A $300,000 grant program for artists and arts organizations for performances, residencies and shows in state parks was announced Friday.
State biologists say the find is promising evidence that a bald eagle restoration effort decades ago has proven to be a success.
The Indiana Natural Resources Commission is considering a proposal to allow hunting with higher caliber rifles.
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White Nose Syndrome has hit bats in Indiana hard, and experts say the worst is yet to come.
The trapping season sets a quota of 600 otters total and two per person.
Monroe County received almost a third of the total revenue from logging in state forests in 2013.
Two different secular groups have argued that the sculpture depicting an eagle, veterans and a small white cross is a violation of the constitution.