Indiana Water Monitoring Council
The Indiana Water Monitoring Council (InWMC) serves as a broad-based, state-wide body to enhance the communication, collaboration and coordination of professionals, organizations, and individuals involved in water monitoring within Indiana. Founded in 2008, the InWMC:
- Provides a forum for communication among groups that are monitoring
- Promotes sharing monitoring information including data, and effective procedures and protocols for sample collection
- Facilitates the development of collaborative monitoring strategies
Indiana Water Resources Association
The Indiana Water Resources Association (IWRA) was founded in 1979 as a state affiliate of the American Water Resources Association to promote water resources research, education, and communication in Indiana. The IWRA is an organization of several hundred professionals and students working in all aspects of water resources. Its members include scientists, engineers, regulators, educators, policy-makers, and students from government agencies, universities, industry, consulting firms, and other water related groups.