Working for Indiana Woodlands
Indiana Forestry & Woodland Owners Association (IFWOA) was founded in 1977 and is a non-profit organization dedicated to conservation and sustainable management of woodlands in Indiana. IFWOA advocates for scientific best practices for management to achieve objectives of clean water, wildlife habitat, soil protection, native species diversity, timber production, recreation, carbon sequestration and many others.
Four Indiana families were recently recognized with the 2022 Charles Deam Forest Stewardship award by the Indiana Forestry & Woodland Owners Association. David and Mary Ray of Monroe County are […]
Indiana DNR Division of Forestry has introduced new logging & forestry best management practices (BMP) field guide. The use of BMPs by loggers, landowners and land managers offers the greatest […]
The webinar “The Nature of Oaks” with author Doug Tallamy is now posted on YouTube for viewing. Dr. Tallamy discusses his book and how Oaks sustain a complex and fascinating […]
Purdue leads $2.7 million USDA-funded conservation partnership The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced $197 million for 41 locally led conservation projects through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). The […]
On July 21 spotted lanternfly (SLF) was found in Huntington. After surveying by Indiana DNR the area SLF was found in about a 30-acre area west of downtown. At this […]