The Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy educates watershed coordinators, teachers, volunteers, engineers, district staff, non-profit organizations, and others to lead watershed efforts that improve water quality in Indiana.
Led by Jane Frankenberger, Project Director, and Sara Peel, Academy Coordinator, more than 400 people have participated since the Academy started in 2006.
For details about this year’s academy and potentially enrolling, click on the “Academy” tab. Contact Sara Peel with any questions about enrolling and whether it is a good fit for you.
The Academy, organized by Purdue University with support from Indiana’s major conservation agencies and organizations, gives participants the chance to:
- Engage in basic and advanced level watershed topics covering leadership
principles, watershed science, organization and communication, technology
and GIS, stakeholder involvement techniques and policy skills
- Meet, learn from, and build a network of peers
- Interact with topic experts
- Gain strategies, skills, and resources for successful watershed management
- Earn a Professional Certificate in Watershed Management
Learn more here.