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ForestIN is a five-year program to increase the state's tree canopy. Indiana DNR's Division of Forestry manages the program which started in 2020. The division provides seedlings, coordinates with non-profits, businesses and the general public for planting opportunities. Thus far, more than 220,200 trees have been added. Learn more about the types of trees and how they are being planted in this interactive story feature.

Plantings

  • 2021

    More than 197,400 trees planted. View map.

    • Covered Bridge State Forest
    • Greene-Sullivan State Forest
    • Harrison-Crawford State Forest
    • Hovey Lake Fish & Wildlife Area
    • Jackson-Washington State Forest
    • Morgan-Monroe State Forest
    • Prophetstown State Park
    • Ravinia Woods State Forest

    Species planted:

    • Black oak
    • Bur oak
    • Red oak
    • Swamp chestnut oak
    • Swamp white oak
    • White oak
    • Other: cherrybark oak, pecan, overcup oak, shagbark hickory
  • 2020

    More than 220,200 trees planted. View map.

    • Greene-Sullivan State Forest
    • Harrison-Crawford State Forest
    • Jackson Washington State Forest
    • Jasper-Pulaski Nursery
    • Morgan-Monroe State Forest
    • Mountain Tea State Forest
    • Ravinia Woods State Forest
    • Schools (third grade, statewide)
    • Salamonie River State Forest

    Species planted:

    • Bur oak
    • Red oak
    • Swamp chestnut oak
    • Swamp white oak
    • White oak
    • Other: black walnut, yellow popular, bald cypress

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