Indiana Conservation Alliance

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The Indiana Conservation Alliance (INCA) is a group of approximately 30 organizations sharing a common interest in the protection, stewardship and sustainable use of our natural resources.

INCA's 2013 State Legislative Priorities:

  1. $2 million/year for the Indiana Heritage Trust
  2. $2.5 million/year for the Bicentennial Nature Trust
  3. $1.3 million/year for Clean Water Indiana and Indiana Department of Agriculture, Division of Soil
  4. We support HB 1202/SB 546 which requires retailers/lawn care professionals to provide consumer education on the need to reduce the use of lawn fertilizers containing phosphorus to protect water quality.
  5. We oppose HB 1194 which would legalize the shooting of deer in fenced enclosures.
  6. We support passage of HB 1011 which would improve and expand public transit in central Indiana.

Full Descriptions of INCA's 2013 State Legislative Priorities

Member groups include:

  • Amos Butler Audubon
  • Central Indiana Land Trust, Inc.
  • Central Indiana Wilderness Club
  • Eagle Creek Park Foundation–Citizens Advisory Committee
  • Earth Charter Indiana
  • Hoosier Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society
  • Hoosier Environmental Council
  • Hoosier Heartland RC&D
  • Hoosier Hikers Council
  • Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts
  • Indiana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society
  • Indiana Chapter of The Wildlife Society
  • Indiana Forest and Woodland Owners Association
  • Indiana Lakes Management Society
  • Indiana Land Protection Alliance
  • Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society
  • Indiana Organic Gardeners Association
  • Indiana Park and Recreation Association
  • Indiana Recycling Coalition
  • Indiana Society of American Foresters
  • Indiana Urban Forest Council
  • Indiana Wildlife Federation
  • Izaak Walton League
  • Save the Dunes Conservation Fund
  • Sierra Club
  • Sycamore Land Trust
  • The Nature Conservancy



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