Indiana Water Monitoring Council 
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Watershed Networking Session

  • 02 Dec 2009
  • 10:00 AM
  • Vigo County Fairgrounds, Terre Haute, Indiana

Watershed Networking Sessions
Managing Runoff in Indiana:  Modified vs. Natural Systems

 

REGISTER BY 5PM, NOVEMBER 25, 2009. The registration fee is $15 and includes lunch and snacks.


To register, go to www.conservationinformation.org.

About the Networking Session

Learn how we affect water quality by managing runoff in our watersheds.  CTIC is working with IDEM to host three, one-day Networking Sessions about Managing Runoff in Indiana on December 1, 2 and 3.

Topics will include:
Hydromodification and Natural Systems
Where Are We Now and What Have We Done?
How Natural Systems Work
Preserving and Retaining Our Water Resources
Importance of Forested Riparian Buffers


Local Issues:  Topics Dependant Upon Location
Best Management Practices and Ways to a More Natural Hydrology
Restoring a More Natural Hydrology In Indiana
Barriers and Successes

Workshop dates and locations:

Tuesday, December 1
Deco Room
Nobel County Office Complex South
2090 North State Road 9
Albion, IN 46701

Wednesday, December 2
4-H Meeting Room
Vigo County Fairgrounds
3901 US HWY 41 S.
Terre Haute, IN 47802

Thursday, December 3
Holiday Inn Express
249 N Sandy Creek Drive
Seymour, IN  47272

For more information on these workshops, visit our web site or contact Angie Williams at williams@conservationinformation.org

or 765-376-4504.

 

Additional Contact Information:

Conservation Technology Information Center

3495 Kent Avenue, Suite J100

West Lafayette, IN 47906

765.494.9555  

ctic@conservationinformation.org

 



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