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Department of Natural Resources

Department of Natural Resources

What is Indiana DNR?

Indiana Department of Natural Resources maintains a local office that can help you:

  • Find camp sites, fishing sites, reservoirs, and public forests and hunting grounds.
  • Identify wildlife and animal issues, such as dead songbirds, unusual animal sightings, and some animal control issues.
  • Find nature-oriented educational programming and talks for schools and teachers.
  • Assist with some parts of floodplain management and disaster preparation as a result of natural resources like hills, streams, and forests.

Who is Indiana DNR for?

Indiana DNR is a publicly funded state agency designed to manage Indiana’s wildlife, forests, reserves, and some waterways. DNR rangers and staff work for all Hoosiers.

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