DNR removes tree stands from Brookville Complex

first_imgBROOKVILLE, Ind. — 21 tree stands have been removed from Brookville Complex State Property by Indiana Conservation Officers.According to Indiana State Law, an individual must not put up, place, or hunt from a permanent tree stand or ground blind on state-owned lands.Any tree or ground blind placed on DNR property must be portable and may be left overnight only between noon on September 15 and January 10.Blinds also must be legibly marked with the name, address, and telephone number of the owner.The tree stands removed were scattered throughout the property in Union and Franklin Counties.Most tree stands did not have identification on them.The stands were documented with location information so the owners can claim them.Owners will only have 90 days to claim their property.last_img