"First, there is a lot of conflicting information out there, so you really just have to form your opinions around you personal beliefs and the information from those who you most trust. I personally buy organic because I believe it’s better for the environment, it tastes better, it’s more nutritious, and I like supporting farmers that share my values." More
Hoosiers in the NYC People’s Climate March
The call for action on climate change echoed strongly from the Hoosier state in New York Sunday, Sept.21.
At least two buses and an unknown number of vans and cars carried Indiana residents to Manhattan for the People’s Climate March. More
Rare Posey Co. plant now endangered
A rare plant that only grows in three states in the Midwest is now listed as endangered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.Short’s Bladderpod, a member of the mustard family, can only be found in certain parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and along a stretch of gravel road in Posey County, Indiana. More
Celebrate the White River
The White River Festival is underway in North Central Indiana. NUVO's Amber Stearns has more More
Conservationist Justin Riney comes to Indy
The founder of Mother Ocean and Riney Ranch will speak as part of this year's White River Festival. Lori Lovely has the story. More
The following is a list of eco-destinations, click the link to read more about each one.