A conservation group has acquired more than 50 acres (20 hectares) of natural habitat along or near Indiana's official state river, the Wabash River.
The Indiana Department of Agriculture’s Clean Water Indiana Program is distributing almost $900,000 in grants.
The Bloomington City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to approve a plan that effectively fast-tracks the city's solar panel installation schedule.
The visitor’s area at Kankakee Sands is open from 7am to dusk every day of the year.
The program works to acquire land for conservation and recreation and it honors the establishment of the state park system.
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.