Purchasing Indiana state hunting and fishing licenses, with apportioned matching funds generated through the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration
Act (popularly known as the Pittman-Robertson Act) signed into law in 1937 and the Dingell-Johnson Act of the 1950″s, pays for the majority of the
cost for running and managing Indiana Fish and Wildlife Areas. Funds generated thrugh hunting and fishing basically make DFW conservation happen.
Benefitting waterfowl and all species on our FWAs.