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To promote the conservation, sound management, and sustainable use of Indiana's wildlife and wildlife habitat through education, advocacy, and action.


IWF at the 2015 White River Festival

IWF is excited to be hosting two events at this year’s White River Festival!  Join us in September on an Urban Wildlife Walk along the river. Enjoy the amazing local wildlife that depends on the White River for fresh, clean water. 

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New Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Launches!

This week, the National Pollinator Garden Network and 25 partner organizations launched a new project, the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, to help stem the tide of population declines among pollinating species. 

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April was a Busy Month for IWF

The month started with transition as the new Executive Director, Erin Baird, got started in the role and previous ED, Barbara Simpson, moved to a part-time position as Conservation Policy Director.

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Overview of 2015 Spring Conservation Conference & Awards Banquet

We had a terrific turnout on March 21st for our 2015 Annual Meeting & Spring Conservation Conference.  We were fortunate to have a number of guest speakers present on important conservation issues in Indiana. 

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Indy Named #8 In NWF's Top US Cities for Wildlife

The National Wildlife Federation has recognized Indianapolis as #8 on the top 10 cities for wildlife in the US. Each city was ranked according to its amount of parkland, level of public activism on behalf of wildlife habitat, and the number of schools incorporating outdoor learning in wildlife-friendly spaces.

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