From the Post-Tribune:
Climate change could increase the number of invasive species at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, limit the number of trout and salmon, and reduce the opportunity to snow shoe at the park, according to a report released Thursday by two environmental groups.
As the Post-Tribune reported Wednesday, the report by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization says climate change is a threat to the park’s diverse ecosystem. The report ranks the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore as one of the 25 national parks most threatened by climate change. Read more.