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A bill that would wipe out protections for Indiana’s regulated wetlands and rare, biologically rich wetland forests is headed to a full vote before the Indiana Senate, possibly as early as Monday. It is critical
A huge opportunity to encourage the preservation of private woodlands and generate money for the creation of more public forests is scheduled to be considered Feb. 1 by the Indiana Senate Natural Resources Committee.
Attorney Morgan Whitacre, who has deep experience as a political fundraiser, is the new development director at the Indiana Forest Alliance. Whitacre has served as campaign finance director for US Congressman André Carson, Indiana State
New surveys show endangered animals live in Hoosier National Forest area targeted for burning and logging
Indiana Forest Alliance calls on U.S. Forest Service to alter its plans to protect the animals
New Forests for Indy report will identify city’s critical forests, launch neighborhood discussions on better conservation strategies
He was a leading force in the fight against logging in Yellowwood State Forest.
Biologists consider forcepflies to be a biological mystery. All they know is that these insects tend to be found in deciduous forests near water and that they are nocturnal.
There’s a place where kids discover magical powers, adults become kids again, and time stands still. You know that place …
“… this is the prudent step to take to help prevent the transmission of coronavirus and protect the health of our supporters …”
IFA pledges to continue its mission to protect and restore Indiana’s forests not only in rural and suburban Indiana but particularly in our urban communities for the use and enjoyment of all. We will also double down on our efforts to battle climate change, a plague that disproportionately makes it more difficult for minority communities to live and breathe.