Monarchs in a Changing World: How These Butterflies Bring Us Together, part of the Spirit & Place Festival

Oliver's Woods Nature Preserve 8825 River Road, Indianapolis

Learn about monarch butterflies and the importance of conservation while helping to complete a new mural!

Is there a better metaphor for “change” than the metamorphosis from caterpillar to chrysalis and finally to butterfly? This mysterious transformation process has evoked awe for millennia. This event asks what wider transformation needs to happen for our world to remain hospitable to these magnificent creatures.

IWF Annual Members Meeting

Virtual

To maintain clear transparency of our organization, the IWF annually hosts a meeting with members to share updates, track progress on goals, and to make any amendments to our bylaws. Members are invited to attend this virtual meeting. 

Spring Bird Count–Teter Retreat and Organic Farm

Teter Retreat and Organic Farm 10980 E 221st St, Noblesville, IN

Calling on all volunteer birders at all levels!  Escape to beautiful Teter Retreat and Organic Farm as we record all of the birds that we see and hear in a […]

Bush Honeysuckle Removal–Scott Starling Nature Sanctuary

Scott Starling Nature Sanctury 8234 Wilson Rd, Indianapolis, IN

Help our trail partners at Indy Parks and Land Stewardship fight bush honeysuckle on the westside of Eagle Creek Reservoir at Scott Starling Nature Sanctuary. Enlist your friends and family […]

Pollinator Day Presentations

Floyd Co Purdue Extension 3000 Technology Avenue, Ste. L2110, New Albany, IN

Certified Wildlife Habitat Workshop presented at 11:15am and 1:15pm.

Conservation Top Shot: A sporting clays fundraiser benefitting the IWF

Since 1938, The Indiana Wildlife Federation (IWF) has played an important role in conserving Indiana’s natural resources on behalf of hunters, anglers, gardeners, conservationists and outdoor enthusiasts. By educating Hoosiers, consistently advocating on behalf of wildlife with legislators, and actively working with state agencies, the IWF promotes the conservation, sound management, and sustainable use of Indiana’s wildlife and wildlife habitat. Come out in support of our common cause, Indiana’s natural resources, and enjoy an afternoon of sporting clays at the Indiana Gun Club on September 1st, 2022.

$300 – $1500