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On Thursday, Sept. 7, a coalition of organizations concerned about the fate of the Eagle Creek forest hosted an informational meeting and guided hike of the area set to be destroyed by the proposed Crossing
Indiana Forest Alliance (IFA) has testified in opposition to the proposed rezone and variance with Case Number 2023-CZN-814/2023-CVR-814 approved by the Marion County Metropolitan Development Commission (MDC) on August 16, 2023. This concerns a tract
On Monday, the US Forest Service made comments erroneously asserting the necessity for prescribed burning in Hoosier National Forest and severely understating the impact the USFS Buffalo Springs Project would have on the historical Lick Creek settlement. In response, Indiana Forest Alliance Executive
As wildfire smoke from Canada once again affects air quality in all corners of the Hoosier State, just months after fires intentionally lit by Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Division of Forestry wreaked havoc on rural Southern
On June 28, Indiana Forest Alliance, Indiana Landmarks, and Saving Historic Orange County led a guided hike of historic Lick Creek African American settlement near the Buffalo Trace in Orange County, Ind., an area is
On Monday, November 21st, the Environmental Sustainability Committee for the Indianapolis City/County Council convened to discuss a Special Resolution asking the Committee to develop a Carbon Credit plan in 2023 that will create a financial