Crews demolished trees to prepare for the next phase of the 641 project, but the over-turned remains have been there ever since.
We spoke to INDOT officials, who say a few things have delayed the clean up.
Many of the trees were set to be burned, but with our drought conditions, that's on hold.
And some trees will be used for the Streambank Stabilization Plan, so they'll be picked when needed.
INDOT says they're working to get the remains chipped and hauled away soon.
"This is a part of construction and as we have some issue with every big project, on a large construction project of this scale. But please be patient with us because I think they'll be happy with the results of the bypass. Right now it's planned to be...scheduled to be completed by the end of 2014 so at least we can see the end in sight," said Debbie Calder, INDOT media relations director.
Officials say they're working out a deal to pay the contractor more to get everything cleared ASAP.