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IWF Membership

Indiana Wildlife Federation is a state-wide, non-profit organization of individuals and over 50 Indiana conservation clubs and organizations dedicated to the wise use of our state’s natural resources. Our membership comprises a diverse group of individuals who enjoy and respect our outdoor heritage. Click here for more information about membership.

The Indiana Wildlife Federation is also the state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation.  As a NWF state affiliate, we are supported by the science and policy resources of one of the most respected conservation organizations in the country.

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Constitution & By-Laws

IWF's current by-laws were approved for adoption at the 2012 Annual Meeting.

IWF's current policies were last updated and adopted at the 2008 Annual Meeting.

Click here to view I.W.F. Constitution & By-Laws

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Recipe for Resolutions

By Phil Alexander

Indiana Wildlife Federation (IWF) resolutions explain our will or intentions on the many conservation matters that arise each year. They become a special method of communication for important conservation issues.

IWF resolutions are approved by the attendees at the annual meeting each year. Resolutions are not meant to designate a specific action for IWF.

So what does a resolution look like and how are they composed? Illustrated below is a reprint of Resolution No. 99-1 (The first resolution adopted in 1999). The resolution has been divided into five sections as follows:
A - The HEADING states the organization name and the resolution number assigned by the Resolutions Committee.
B - The SUBJECT of the resolution, Conservation Reinvestment Act of 1999.
C - The WHEREAS paragraphs contain the reasons for the resolve. Each "whereas" paragraph contains one primary point of fact.
D - The RESOLVE states where and when the resolution was approved and what action is requested. This example was approved at the annual meeting June 11-13, 1999 at Clifty Falls State Park and IWF urges its members and supporters to endorse passage of the Conservation Reinvestment Act of 1999.
E - The AUTHOR -may be an individual or an affiliate organization.

RESOLUTIONS

The subject of a resolution may be selected from a multitude of conservation issues. It can be a natural resources management issue, or it can support or oppose legislation on a local, state or national level, as shown in the example.

Conservation resolutions are typically recommended by affiliate clubs, associate organizations and/or individual members.

All proposed resolutions must be received at the IWF office not less than 50 days prior to the annual meeting. The proposed resolutions are then forwarded to the Resolutions Committee (Article 12 Sec. 2, by-laws).

Upon acceptance, the Resolutions Committee will edit the proposed resolution into the proper format. We must keep in mind that resolutions are not meant to designate a specific action to be taken by IWF.

Common reason for rejection of a resolution include:

  • IWF previously approved a resolution on the proposed subject.
  • The resolution may be premature in light of pending developments.
  • The language is too general when applied to specific projects or issues.
  • The subject is too local when applied to state or national policy.
  • The resolution was not submitted within the time frame prescribed by IWF by-laws.

Emergency resolutions may be submitted in the proper format if the delegation at the annual meeting declares an emergency to exist. This requires an affirmative vote by three-fourths (3/4) majority of the qualified electors present (Article 12 Sec. 4 by-laws).

Resolutions approved at the annual meeting will be circulated to state officials, legislators and newspapers.

IWF CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS

Proposed constitution and by-laws changes will also be discussed and voted upon at the annual meeting. The constitution is a physical structure and basic law or document of IWF. The IWF constitution states who makes up the organization and their objectives. It also describes the basic types of membership and sets the number of officers and board members who will govern IWF.
The by-laws simply describe the rules of IWF and how they are administered. The IWF by-laws include structure, membership and dues, voting, meetings, election of officers, terms of office and the duties for each office. The by-laws also describe the election, qualifications and duties of the board of directors and explains the function of committees.

Proposed constitution and by-laws amendments must be announced in Hoosier Conservation at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the annual meeting (Article 6, Sec. 243 Constitution and Article II Sec. 2 by-laws).

Emergency constitution and by-laws amendments may be considered without meeting the notification requirements if a three-fourths (3/4) majority of qualified delegates agree that an emergency exists (Article 6, Sec. 5 Constitution and Article II, Sec. 5 By-laws).

SUBMISSION

You may prepare a resolution, as outlined above, based upon the problem you have witnessed. Proposed amendments to the constitution or by-laws are also to be submitted to the Resolutions Committee at the address below. If you need any assistance or have further questions, please contact the IWF office, including your name, address, phone number and e-mail address.

Submit via US mail:
Resolutions Committee
Indiana Wildlife Federation
708 E Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Or click here to submit via email.

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All IWF Resolutions

Resolutions are listed in chronological order below.


2010-present

Resolution 2017 - 01 - A RESOLUTION REGARDING THE TAKING OF LIVE NATIVE FISH FROM PUBLIC WATERS FOR PRIVATE FOR-PROFIT USE

Resolution No. 2014 - 01 - PROPOSED MOUNDS RESERVOIR

Resolution No. 2014 - 02 - CAPTIVE CERVID HIGH FENCED SHOOTING PRESERVES AND PROHIBITING IMPORTATION AND EXPORTATION OF LIVE CERVIDS

Resolution No. 2010 - 01 - U.S. ARMY NEWPORT CHEMICAL DEPOT

Resolution No. 2010 – 02 - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FOREST MANAGEMENT IN INDIANA

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2000-2009

Resolution No.  2008 - 01 - ENERGY LAND RECLAMATION AND PURCHASE OF MINNEHAHA FISH AND WILDLIFE AREA

Resolution No.  2008 - 02 - GREAT LAKES RESTORATION

Resolution No.  2008 - 03 - Energy Policy

Resolution No.  2008 - 04 - CONSERVATION TILLAGE FARMING

Resolution No.  2008 - 05 - CONFINED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS (CAFOS)

Resolution No.  2008 - 06 - CONTINUING OUR SUPPORT FOR ADVANCING THE TECHNOLOGY OF INTEGRATED GASIFICATION COMBINED CYCLE (IGCC)

Resolution No.  2008 - 07 - SHOOTING WILDLIFE ENCLOSED BY HIGH FENCES

Resolution No. 2003-01 - IMPORTATION OF DOMESTIC DEER AND ELK

Resolution 2003-02 - FOREST MANAGEMENT

Resolution 2003-03 - REAFFIRMATION OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT OF 1977

Resolution 2003-04 - SUPPORTING REGIONAL SEWER DISTRICTS

Resolution 2003-05 - WILDLIFE DISEASES; RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

Emergency Resolution 2003-E1 - OPPOSITION OF NEW REGULATED DRAIN DESIGNATION OF THE ELKHART RIVER WATERSHED IN NOBLE AND LAGRANGE COUNTIES

Resolution No. 2001-01 - FOR PROTECTION OF THE GREAT LAKES FROM EXOTIC SPECIES

Resolution 2001-02 - OPPOSING BIG GAME HUNTING PRESERVES

Resolution EM 2001-03 - URGING POSTPONEMENT OF U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR FIELD TRAILS

Emergency Resolution No. 00 - LAWSUIT FILED BY FAWN RIVER RESIDENTS GROUP

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1990-1999

Resolution No. 99-07 - QUALITY DEER MANAGEMENT IN INDIANA

Resolution No. 99-06 - WHITE TAIL DEER HUNTING PRESERVE

Resolution 99-05 - LAWSUIT AGAINST INDR FROM FAWN RIVER RESIDENTS GROUP

Resolution No. 99-4 - NATURAL RESOURCES, CONSERVATION, AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN INDIANA SCHOOLS

Resolution No. 99-3 - IDNR SALARY INEQUITIES

Resolution No. 99-2 - FARMLAND PROTECTION AND THE HERITAGE TRUST PROGRAM

Resolution No. 99-1 - CONSERVATION REINVESTMENT ACT OF 1999

Resolution No. 99-1 - CONSERVATION REINVESTMENT ACT OF 1999

Resolution No. 98-5 - ESTABLISHMENT OF THE GRAND KANKAKEE MARSH NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Resolution No. 98-4 - TEAMING WITH WILDLIFE

Resolution No. 98-3 - SAVING OUR WATERSHEDS

Resolution No. 98-2 - PIGEON RIVER PROTECTION

Resolution No. 98-1 - RESTRUCTURING AND DOWNSIZING OF THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Resolution No. 97-3 - SENIOR CITIZEN HUNTING AND FISHING FEES

Resolution No. 97-2 - INDIANA BIODIVERSITY INITIATIVE

Resolution No. 97-1 - DIVERSION OF WATER FROM THE GREAT LAKE WATERSHED

Resolution No. 96-7 - SPORTFISHING HARASSMENT

Resolution No. 96-6 - I-69 PROPOSED EXTENSION

Resolution No. 96-5 - THE TEAMING WITH WILDLIFE PROGRAM

Resolution No. 96-4 - REPEAL THE TIMBER SALVAGE RIDER

Resolution No. 96-3 - PUBLIC RANGELAND MANAGEMENT

Resolution No. 96-2 - RESOURCE AND WETLAND PROTECTION

Resolution No. 96-1 - NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE PROTECTION

Resolution No. 95-3 - INDIANA PUBLIC ACCESS PROGRAM

Resolution No. 95-2 - CONSERVATION PRIORITIES FOR THE 1995 FARM BILL

Resolution No. 95-1 - INDIANA SHOOTING RANGES

Resolution No. 94-1 - IDNR FISH AND WILDLIFE ADVISORY COUNCIL

Resolution No. 94-2 - PUBLIC LAND ACQUISITION

Resolution No. 94-3 - IDNR DIRECTOR APPOINTMENT

Resolution No. 94-4 - OUT-OF-STATE WASTE

Resolution No. 94-5 - JEFFERSON PROVING GROUND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Resolution No. 94-6 - CONTROLLED SHOOTING PROGRAMS TO REDUCE DEER IN INDIANA STATE PARKS

Resolution No. 93-1 - MILITARY FACILITY CLOSURES

Resolution No. 93-2 - WATER QUALITY IN INDIANA

Resolution No. 93-3 - I.D.N.R. SALARY INCREASES

Resolution No. 93-4 - REAUTHORIZATION OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

Resolution No. 93-5 - PUBLIC RECREATION LAND EASE CENTRAL INDINAA SPORTSMEN AND WOMEN

Resolution No. 93-6 - REAUTHORIZATION OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT

Resolution No. 93-7 - SUPPORT FOR NON-GAME FUNDING

Resolution No. 93-8 - THE INDIANA PAY PHEASANT PROGRAM

Resolution No. 92-8 - ZEBRA MUSSELS

Resolution No. 92-7 - AIR POLLUTION IN INDIANA

Resolution No. 92-6 - SUPPORT FOR REAUTHORIZATION OF CLEAN WATER ACT

Resolution No. 92-5 - WELANDS DELINEATION MANUAL

Resolution No. 92-4 - REAUTHORIZATION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

Resolution No. 92-3 - SUPPORT GREAT LAKES WATER QUALITY INITIATIVE

Resolution No. 92-2 - PUBLIC ACCESS TO BODIES OF WATER

Resolution No. 92-1 - HUNTING PRESERVES

Resolution No. 91-4 - SUPPORT FOR HB 251 PROTECTING OUR NATION'S WETLANDS

Resolution No. 91-3 - DIVERSION OF WATERS FROM THE GREAT LAKES BASIN

Resolution No. 91-2 - IMMEDIATE ADOPTION OF 1991 STATE BUDGET

Resolution No. 91-1 - REGULATING THE TAKING OF NONGAME WILDLIFE SPECIES

Resolution No. 90-11 - JIM LAHEY

Resolution No. 90-10 - ANIMAL "RIGHTS" ACTIVISTS

Resolution No. 90-9 - PUBLIC FRESHWATER LAKES

Resolution No. 90-8 - RECYCLING

Resolution No. 90-7 - COOPERATION WITH AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS

Resolution No. 90-6 - 1990 FARM BILL

Resolution No. 90-5 - FACILITIES AT INDIANA DUNES STATE PARK

Regulation No. 90-4 - CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

Resolution No. 90-2 - OUT-OF-STATE DUMPING IN INDIANA

Resolution No. 90-1 - LAKE MICHIGAN SPORT FISH

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1980-1989

Resolution No. 89-3 - WETLANDS

Resolution No. 89-2 - SEMIAUTOMATIC FIREARMS

Resolution No. 89-1 - CANDIDATE FOR U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL SERVICES

Resolution No. 88-1 - HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST

Resolution No. 87-5 - PATOKA RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Resolution No. 87-4 - TURKEY CREEK STREAM CLEAN-UP PROJECT

Resolution No. 87-3 - PROPOSED HUDSON FOUNDRY

Resolution No. 87-2 - SUNDAY HUNTING

Resolution No. 87-1-2 - DNR POLICIES

Resolution No. 87-1-1 - DNR POLICIES

Resolution No. 86-7- WETLANDS PROTECTION LEGISLATION

Resolution No. 86-6 - HANDGUN HUNTING FOR DEER

Resolution No. 86-5 - SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION

Resolution No. 86-4 - SPORTFISHING ON THE ST. JOSEPH RIVER, INDIANA PORTION

Resolution No. 86-3 - STREAMS, RIVERS AND WATERSHED BIOLOGIST INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, DIVISION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE

Resolution No. 86-2 - INTRODUCTION OF HUNTING, FISHING AND TRAPPING ANTI-HARASSMENT LAWS

Resolution No. 86-1 - CREATION OF HUNTING, FISHING AND TRAPPING LICENSE SUSPENSION POINT SYSTEMResolution No. 86-10 - WETLANDS PROTECTION LEGISLATION

Resolution No. 84-1 - INCREASED FUNDING FOR STATE WETLAND ACQUISITION

Resolution No. 84-2 - INCREASED FUNDING FOR STATE ACQUISITION OF NATURE PRESERVES

Resolution No. 84-3 - GENERAL ASSEMBLY TELEPHONE SERVICE

Resolution No. 84-4 - MANDATORY HUNTER EDUCATION

Resolution No. 84-5 - FIREARMS DEER LICENSE

Resolution No. 84-6 - NON-TOXIC SHOT

Resolution No. 84-7 - HUNTER AND TRAPPER IDENTIFICATION

Resolution No. 84-8 - PRE-EMPTIVE STATE FIREARM LAW

Resolution No. 84-9 - NON-POINT POLLUTION CONTROL

Resolution No. 83-8 - NON-RESDENT LICENSES AND REGULATIONS

Resolution No. 83-7 - STABLEX "SEALOSAFE" PROCESS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

Resolution No. 83-6 - LAND TRANSFER TO PRIVATE SECTOR

Resolution No. 83-5 - PASSBOOK TYPE LICENSE

Resolution No. 83-4 - HUNTER AND TRAPPER IDENTIFICATION TAGS

Resolution No. 83-3 - NATIONAL FISH HATCHERIES AND COOPERATIVE FISHERIES UNITS

Resolution No. 83-1 - BLACK POWDER CARTRIDGE HUNTING REGULATIONS

Resolution No. 82-1 - EXTENDED RABBIT SEASON IN NORTHERN INDIANA

Resolution No. 82-2 - LARGEMOUTH AND SMALLMOUTH BASS SEASON

Resolution No. 82-3 - POACHING

Resolution No. 82-4 - PUBLIC LAUNCH FACILITY AT LAKE WAWASEE

Resolution No. 82-5 - DIVERSION OF WATER FROM THE GREAT LAKES WATERSHED

Resolution No. 82-6 - ESTABLISHMENT OF A WATER BANK PROGRAM

Resolution No. 82-7 - DOVE SEASON ON STATE PROPERTIES

Resolution No. 82-8 - SPORTSMEN HARASSMENT4

Resolution No. 82-9 - PURCHASE OF THE GUMZ PROPERTY

Resolution No. 81-12 - NAME CHANGE RESOLUTION

Resolution No. 81-11 - HUNTING AND FISHING REGULATIONS

Resolution No. 81-10 - OPENING DATE FOR TRAPPING SEASON

Resolution No. 81-9 - EXTRACTION OF MINERALS FROM PUBLIC WATERWAYS

Resolution No. 81-8 - REPLENISHMENT OF GROUNDWATER SUPPLIES

Resolution No. 81-7 - MINERAL LEASING AND MINING ON PUBLIC LANDS

Resolution No. 81-6 - ACCESS TO PUBLIC LANDS

Resolution No. 81-5 - LARGEMOUTH AND SMALLMOUTH BASS SEASON

Resolution No. 81-4 - ACCESS TO PUBLIC RIVERS AND STREAMS

Resolution No. 81-3 - EXTENDED RABBIT SEASON IN NORTHERN INDIANA

Resolution No. 81-2 - DAILY BAG LIMIT ON RACCOON

Resolution No. 81-1 - PUBLIC ACCESS PROGRAM

Resolution No. 80-10 - DEFINING A SINGLE BODY OF WATER FOR RECREATIONAL USE

Resolution No. 80-9 - LIMITING LANDOWNER LIABILITY FOR TRESSPASS

Resolution No. 80-8 - FEDERAL ACQUISITION OF WETLANDS IN NORTHERN INDIANA

Resolution No. 80-7 - IDENTIFICATION OF TRAPS

Resolution No. 80-6 - SEASON OPENING DATES FOR TRAPPING

Resolution No. 80-5 - HUNTING AND FISHING REGULATION EDUCATION

Resolution No. 80-4 - CONSERVATION REPRESENTATION ON STATE BOARDS AND COMMISSION

Resolution No. 80-3 - EXPANSION OF THE DINGELL-JOHNSON PROGRAM

Resolution No. 80-2 - EXTENDED PLANTING OF TROUT IN INLAND STREAMS

Resolution No. 80-1 - IMPACT OF NONCONSUMPTIVE USES ON THE ENVIRONMENT

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1970-1979

Resolution No. 79-1 - ACQUISITION OF STATE FOREST INHOLDINGS

Resolution No. 79-2 - ACQUISITION OF STATE FISH AND WILDLIFE AREA INHOLDINGS

Resolution No. 79-3 - ACQUISITION OF FLOOD PRONE AREAS

Resolution No. 79-4 - WETLANDS ACQUISITION

Resolution No. 79-5 - INDIANA FOREST SURVEY

Resolution No. 79-6 - RECLAMATION OF STRIP MINED AREAS FOR FISH AND WILDLIFE

Resolution No. 79-7 - OPENING COAL COMPANY LANDS TO OUTDOOR SPORT USE

Resolution No. 79-8 - WATERFOWL PROPAGATION IN INDIANA

Resolution No. 79-9 - WATERFOWL PROPAGATION IN INDIANA

 

Resolution No. 78-1 - LITTLE CALUMET RIVER, INDIANA FUNDING

Resolution No. 78-2 - LITTLE CALUMET RIVER, INDIANA ACQUISITION PRIORITY

Resolution No. 78-3 - ESTABLISHMENT OF A PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT IN PORTER COUNTY, INDIANA

Resolution No. 78-4 - ESTABLISHING FISH AND WILDLIFE AREAS IN EAST-CENTRAL INDIANA

Resolution No. 78-5 - CLASSIFIED WILDLIFE HABITAT LEGISLATION

Resolution No. 78-6 - WETLANDS PROTECTION

Resolution No. 78-7 - INCREASED COMPENSATION FOR CONSERVATION OFFICERS

Resolution No. 78-8 - ESTABLISHMENT OF A TRAINING OFFICER WITHIN THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION, DNR

Resolution No. 78-9 - OSHA INTERFERENCE WITH SPORT HUNTING

Resolution No. 78-10 - OPPOSING FEDERAL GUN REGISTRATION

Resolution No. 78-11 - TO URGE PROPER UTILIZATION OF EXISTING WATER QUALITY INFORMATION

Resolution No. 78-12 - FUNDING FOR THE DIVISION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

Resolution No. 77-1 - ASSISTANCE TO OFF-ROAD VEHICLES INTERESTS

Resolution No. 77-2 - HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST OFF-ROAD VEHICLE POLICY

Resolution No. 77-3 - HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST LAND ACQUISITION

Resolution No. 77-4 - CONSERVANCY DISTRICT FORMATION REVISION

Resolution No. 77-5 - HUNTER EDUCATION

Resolution No. 77-6 - HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE FEES

Resolution No. 77-7 - DESIGN FOR THE FUTURE FOR INDIANA'S NATURAL RESOURCES

Resolution No. 77-8 - TEACHING THE ROLE OF HUNTING, FISHING AND TRAPPING IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Resolution No. 77-10 - INFORMATION AND EDUCATION

Resolution No. 77-11 - IMPROVING ROADSIDE HABITAT

Resolution No. 77-12 - PUBLIC ACCESS TO LAKE MICHIGAN

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1960-1969

Resolution No. 68-1 - POLLUTION OF LAKE MICHIGAN

Resolution No. 68-2 - ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AUTHORITY

Resolution No. 68-3 - CAMP ATTERBURY

Resolution No. 68-4 - OUTDOOR INDIANA MAGAZINE

Resolution No. 68-5 - BOAT RENTAL INSPECTION

Resolution No. 68-6 - WILDLIFE PRESERVE PARKING

Resolution No. 68-7 - PROPER USE OF CHEMICALS

Resolution No. 68-8 - AMEND CONSERVATION LAWS

Resolution No. 68-9 - PREVIOUS RESOLUTIONS PASSED

Resolution No. 68-10 - RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION

Resolution No. 67-1 - CLOSED SEASON ON GROUNDHOGS

Resolution No. 67-2 - REVENUE FROM STATE HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSE

Resolution No. 67-3 - STREAM POLLUTION LAW REVISION

Resolution No. 67-4 - STAFF BIOMETRICIAN

Resolution No. 67-5 - FOUR ADDITIONAL FISH MANAGEMENT BIOLOGISTS

Resolution No. 67-6 - ACQUIRING PUBLIC ACCESS AREAS

Resolution No. 67-7 - COLORED PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR HUNTERS

Resolution No. 67-8 - ANTI LITTER LAWS

Resolution No. 67-9 - AUTHORITY FOR WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT OF STATE OWNED LANDS 

Resolution No. 67-10 - DISEASED ELM TREE REMOVAL

Resolution No. 67-11 - CONSERVATION OFFICER PENSION

Resolution No. 66-24 - EXTENSION OF WETLANDS LOAN ACT

Resolution No. 66-21 - SPLIT HUNTING SEASON

Resolution No. 66-20 - CONSERVATION OFFICER ATTENDANCE AT ICCI DISTRICT MEETINGS

Resolution No. 66-19 - AUTHORITY FOR INDIANA CONSERVATION OFFICERS

Resolution No. 66-18 - MOTORBOAT LICENSING REQUIREMENTS

Resolution No. 66-17 - LITTERING OF PUBLIC WATERWAYS

Resolution No. 66-15 - LOADED GUNS IN MOTOR VEHICLES

Resolution No. 66-14 - EXPANSION OF IDNR INFORMATION AND EDUCATION FACILITIES

Resolution No. 66-13 - AQUATIC GROWTH CONTROL PERMITS

Resolution No. 66-12 - MANDATORY EMPLOYMENT OF COUNTY SANITARIAN

Resolution No. 66-11 - STUDY OF INSECT AND PLANT CONTROL METHODS

Resolution No. 66-10 - SHORELINE ALTERATIONS

Resolution No. 66-9 - SAFETY COLORS FOR DEER HUNTERS

Resolution No. 66-8 - RETIREMENT PROGRAM FOR IDNR EMPLOYEES

Resolution No. 66-7 - ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INDIANA FREE FLOW STREAM SYSTEM

Resolution No. 66-6 - OUTLET STRUCTURES FOR IMPOUNDMENTS

Resolution No. 66-3 - COLORADO RIVER DAMS

Resolution No. 66-2 - RAMPART DAM PROJECT

Resolution No. 66-1 - NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE STUDIES

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