Water monitoring is critical to effectively addressing Indiana’s water resources. The Indiana Water Monitoring Council (InWMC) was founded in 2008 as a broad-based, state-wide body committed to enhancing the communication, collaboration and coordination of professionals, organizations, and individuals involved in monitoring Indiana waters.
The InWMC is a non-profit association governed by a Board of Directors that reflects the diversity of our membership, which includes local, state, and federal agencies, non-government organizations such as local watershed initiatives and statewide non-profits as well as private consultants and industry representatives.
Together, members of the InWMC actively works to address the full range of Indiana’s water resources, including ground and surface waters, their physical, chemical and biological components, and associated wetland resources by:
- Providing a forum for communication among groups that are monitoring
- Facilitating the development of collaborative monitoring strategies
- Promoting the sharing of monitoring data and information as well as effective procedures and protocols for sample collection
If you have an interest in Indiana’s water resources and how more and better monitoring can help us better address the issues facing them, the InWMC is the place for you.
Learn more about who makes up the InWMC: