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Join us for an enlightening online discussion about the White River — its aquatic life and water quality –with biologists and water scientists from the Indiana DNR and Department of Environmental Management.
The White River Mainstem Project is a collaborative effort between IDEM, DNR, and the Muncie Sanitary District’s Bureau of Water Quality (BWQ) to sample the West Fork White River and White River mainstem from its headwaters to its confluence with the Wabash River during summer 2020. The project is surveying water chemistry and the river’s aquatic life – both fish and macroinvertebrates.
This online program takes place on Friday, January 22, at 12 pm eastern. It’s open to the public – no registration necessary but please select “Going” on this page so we have an idea of how many people to expect.
**The event will stream live on Mounds Greenway’s YouTube channel here: https://bit.ly/3mHGRBi as well as on Facebook Live.**
Cosponsored by Mounds Greenway, White River Alliance, Two Forks Guide Service, Hoosier Environmental Council, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife, and Indiana Department of Environmental Management