Outdoor Indiana magazine’s March-April issue features a cover story on how to help monarch butterflies.
Using the annual Monarch Festival at Eagle Marsh in Fort Wayne as a backdrop, the article focuses on what caused monarch populations to shrink in the Midwest, what is being done to restore them and how to help that effort.
The issue also includes articles on Indiana’s plein air painters and how the changing courses of the Wabash and Ohio rivers have shaped Hoosier history.
Outdoor Indiana is available now at Barnes & Noble stores in Indiana for $4. Subscriptions are $15 for one year (six issues, a 27 percent savings) and $28 for two years (12 issues, a 42 percent savings).