From the southwestern corner of Indiana to areas across the northern part of the state, universities and colleges are undertaking countless water monitoring and research projects, data analysis, coordinating citizen science ventures, and working with other stakeholders to protect Indiana’s water resources.
With an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote of 89-2, the U.S. Senate passed SB 914 yesterday, April 29 to authorize over $35 billion in funding to improve water infrastructure and drinking water safety.
Ready to get your feet wet in water quality monitoring? Literally! In 1996 the Indiana Department of Environmental Management created the Hoosier Riverwatch program to increase public awareness of water quality issues by training volunteers to monitor stream water quality and participate in clean-up activities. The program currently has over 3,000 trained stream monitors and […]
Our clean water supply in Indiana is plentiful; most days we don’t think twice about it. Yet we should always be mindful of our actions – to live in solidarity with the many villages globally who must work daily to obtain clean water for drinking and other basic human needs. This story of hope from Antwada, India inspires us to continue working together as a community to protect our drinking water.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management will be accepting new businesses who go above and beyond current environmental regulations into its Environmental Stewardship Program through May 31, 2021. ESP focuses on improving Indiana’s environmental and business climate through innovation and efficient resource allocation.
Groundwater professionals are invited to advance the mission of the National Groundwater Association by sharing their knowledge through publications, online events, and conferences in 2021. Deadlines for several opportunities are due in May 2021.