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In this Bicentennial Year, Let’s Avert a Senseless Tragedy and Conserve Wild Nature as Our Legacy
If enough us speak out and keep speaking out, have no doubt that we can and will change this tragic story into a new commitment in Indiana’s bicentennial year, to let wild nature return to our state forests …
Saving Our Public Forests for Public Uses
Yet judging from the unprecedented level of commercial logging underway in Indiana’s state forests, the people who appear to be the most unconcerned about these facts are the very managers of the state forests!
Division of Forestry Releases New Strategic Plan for the State Forests Without Public Input
One goal set forth in the new Strategic Plan is to utilize existing and create additional methods to solicit meaningful input from Hoosiers. The DOF, however, neglected to provide the public with a single opportunity to comment on the plan before it was finalized.
Report Back From March Slow Saunter in Jackson-Washington State Forest
The damaged land seemed to be begging for our attention, as if it had called us each to that place, juxtaposing such beauty with loss.
Mounds Reservoir? It’s High Time to Put This Bad Idea Behind Us!
Heart of the River, along with its many coalition partners including the Indiana Forest Alliance, has called this news conference on this spring equinox, to publicly respond to the Phase II study of the proposal to build a dam on the White River within the city limits of Anderson, Indiana.
Action Alert! Tell Your State Legislator to Support Wild Areas Legislation!
Census data indicates more than 2 million people live within 20 miles of state forests, and 14.5 million people live within 100 miles of Indiana’s Wild Areas.