Choosing between a real or artificial Christmas tree has environmental and economic consequences for Hoosiers
Federal attorneys filed appeal of federal court ruling ordering EPA to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos.
The team of Quincy Owens and Luke Crawley combine art and science to create sculptures across Indiana and the US
The ACE rule seeks to replace the Obama-era Clean Power Plan with less ambitious goals and enforcement.
Meth production releases an invisible toxic gas that coats surfaces and can lead to health risks if not properly cleaned
An agrarian movement is bridging the gap between city dwellers and the rural communities that feed them.
The Nature Conservancy in Indiana is working to teach Hoosiers about native flora and how fire helps keep their habitat healthy.
A household herbicide has been on the market for years, but new research puts the chemical's safety into question.
Forty percent of all water use in summer months is on lawn and garden care. That number could be reduced by simply collecting water for free in a rain barrel.