According to Wish TV weather we are experiencing one of the wettest years on record. Our rainfall has reached over 27 inches so far, well above the average 19.79” to [...]
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Despite the recent damp and chilly weather, Spring is here in central Indiana! I love going out into my yard in early Spring and seeing the Bloodroot finally bloom, [...]
Central Indiana is now experiencing peak fall foliage. The autumn colors can make for a great hike or photography session in Southwestway or Eagle Creek Parks before the cooler temperatures [...]
By: John Hazlett, Marion County SWCD District Manager On September 27th, local corporation Cummins partnered with Reconnecting to Our Waterways (ROW) and Indy Parks Land Stewardship for a day of [...]
Improve Water Quality During Septic Smart Week September 17 - 21 Property owners in Marion County can learn about proper septic system maintenance and why it’s important during SepticSmart Week, [...]
By: Julie Farr, Urban Conservationist Now at the height of summer we are enjoying and spending more time in our yards than any other time of the year. Many of [...]
As urban areas grow, homeowners along ditches and streams may find major changes in their yards over time. What was once a small drainageway 20 years ago has deepened and [...]
By Jerod Chew, Marion County District Conservationist, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service “Out of the long list of nature’s gifts to man, none is perhaps so utterly essential to human life [...]
Whether you farm 10,000 acres or a 10 x 10 garden plot in your backyard, you can improve your soil’s health. Soil health is the capacity of a soil to [...]
Spring is here and those who love gardening and those who tend small farms are anxious to get outside and start planting! But to be the best stewards of [...]