Indiana has more than 250 high-hazard dams, a term used when a failure likely would result in the loss of human life. Of those, 65 are rated in poor or unsatisfactory condition
Democrat gubernatorial candidate John Gregg says there’s too much logging going on in Indiana state forests, while Republican opponent Eric Holcomb defends the state’s practices.
Hunting preserves have operated unregulated in Indiana since February, after a court ruling that said the Department of Natural Resources overreached when it tried to close one in Harrison County.
Revenue from year-long passes was up about 8 percent this year through the end of May compared to the same time last year, according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
Indiana's Department of Homeland Security and several divisions of the Department of Natural Resources would have to review the 2,000-acre reservoir proposal, as would the Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Why should bamboo imported from Asia or steel made through intensive use of energy be consider greener than locally grown
trees? timber interests ask.