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|First issue||February 1934|
|Company||Indiana Department of Natural Resources|
Outdoor Indiana magazine, which debuted in February 1934, is an outdoor magazine published by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR). It is published six times a year. Each issue spans 48 pages. There are about 12,000 subscribers. Annual subscription is $15.
The magazine is produced by the state agency’s Division of Communications. The editor in chief is the communications director. Most articles are written by DNR staff. The magazine is designed by artists in the Division of Communications. Except for occasional historical photos, all photography is full color and printed in a quality exceeding that of most national magazines. Almost all photographs are produced by two Indiana DNR photographers. Freelance writers and photographers are occasional contributors. The magazine does not include advertising.
The November–December issue includes a removable calendar featuring Indiana state photography and important outdoor events. The calendar can be purchased separately for $10 each.
The magazine is publishing a series of removable eight-page inserts on an Indiana state park or reservoir each issue until 2016 to commemorate the centennial anniversary of Indiana state parks.
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