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Reservoir Habitat Enhancement Program

The DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife is working to reset the clock on our aging reservoirs with a new program to improve and increase aquatic habitat in selected bodies of water.

The program, called the Reservoir Habitat Enhancement Program, started in 2016. It will enhance habitat through the placement of structures, shoreline stabilization and dredging.

In some reservoirs, existing aquatic habitat has deteriorated. Other reservoirs may have been lacking in habitat since construction due to water quality, water level fluctuations or other issues.

Learn more at the Indiana DNR.