National River Cleanup Week
June 3-10, 2000

National River Cleanup Week began in 1992, and since then 272,172 volunteers have cleaned up over 72,000 miles of waterways and shorelines. These cleanups help educate concerning the value of watersheds, help develop assistance for restoration projects, remove trash and litter, and identify negative impacts to the resource. For more information on organizing a cleanup, to receive an instructional video, or to register your cleanup, contact America Outdoors at (865)558-3595 or


21st Annual Indiana Water Resources Association Spring Meeting
“Improving and Protecting Water Quality: Assessment, Regulation and Policy”
June 14, 15 and 16, 2000
Spring Mill State Park
Mitchell, Indiana

Symposium Overview: The 21st Annual Spring Meeting of the Indiana Water Resources Association will be a symposium held Wednesday through Friday, June 14-16. The theme of the symposium is “Improving and Protecting Water Quality: Assessment, Regulation and Policy”, and is intended to include both surface and ground water issues. Papers may be presented on this year’s theme, or other topics relevant to Indiana’s water resources. Papers are not required to be original material, and we welcome those presentations given previously to other organizations. For more information contact:

Cyndi Wagner, IWRA President IDEM
Office of Water Management
Assessment Branch
100 N. Senate
P.O. Box 6015
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6015
Phone: (317)308-3214


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