IDNR

AcronymDefinition
IDNRIllinois Department of Natural Resources
IDNRIowa Department of Natural Resources
IDNRIndiana Department of Natural Resources
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Potential wells were selected using data from the IDNR GeoSAM database (IDNR, 2017).
To fill the knowledge gap, they conducted research at the Indiana State Library and relied heavily on the IDNR annual reports, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) records, and People, Parks, and Perceptions: A History and Appreciation of Indiana State Parks, by Glory-June Greiff.
IDNR and ATA officials met recently with the common goal to assure the traditional shooting events would take place at the complex in 2016.
Scott Fowler, IDNR land reclamation division supervisor, told local paper the News-Gazette that it is leaning toward giving the greenlight to Sunrise's request.
Charles Deam noted the presence of Andromeda glaucophylla in 1920, and in 1935 and 1938, Ray Friesner reported Vaccinium oxycoccos and Sarracenia purpurea, respectively (IDNR 1992).
This information can influence management decisions for this legally protected species (Indiana Species of Special Concern) and is important when considering future conservation measures such as reintroduction and head starting (Henry, 2003; IDNR, 2007).
The IDNR operates 72 properties which are intended to provide habitat for resident and migratory waterfowl (Havera 1999).
Illinois dove hunters have grown accustomed to these IDNR management practices and have grown to expect some of the finest Midwest public dove hunting to be found.
Thanks to the extraordinary vision of the West Des Moines Parks and Recreation Department and a cooperative effort with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR), a wide variety of recreational opportunities are available to the residents of one of Iowa's fastest growing communities and the nearly 500,000 residents of the Des Moines metropolitan area.
When the terns were discovered, Cinergy immediately began a cooperative program with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) to protect the nesting birds, and later to conserve and enhance their habitat.
They received assistance from Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) members.
Unfortunately, the remarkably efficient recovery operation was not aggressively pushed by the IDNR and soon, with the crush of new sites identified through insurance borings, was it was lost in the system.