INDIANAPOLIS, IN – (Oct 8, 2018) The Indiana Wildlife Federation is pleased to announce that it has received a $1500 grant from the International Paper Company to aid in the printing and production of a 12-month calendar and notecards. These items will draw attention to threatened wildlife and habitats in Indiana using masterful watercolors donated from Indiana artist Brian Stovall.
Brian focused on species found in Indiana that have an ongoing conservation story, most species being threatened or endangered. The intention of the project was to engage new audiences through wildlife-themed artwork that highlights species of conservation need in the state.
“This project creatively brings together local art and wildlife education with great partners like International Paper,” said board president Stacy Cachules.
About Indiana Wildlife Federation
The Indiana Wildlife Federation (IWF) has played a part in conserving Indiana’s natural resources since 1938. As the nonprofit, grass-roots affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation; IWF works to promote the wise use of our renewable resources through educational programs like the Certified Wildlife Habitat and Landscaping the Sustainable Campus. With the support of our members, we are able to continue pursuing our mission to promote the conservation, sound management and sustainable use of Indiana’s wildlife and wildlife habitat through education, advocacy and action. Learn more or join at www.indianawildlife.org
About International Paper
To improve people’s lives, the planet and our company’s performance by transforming renewal resources into produces people depend on every day.