Hoosier Riverwatch is a program of the Watershed Assessment and Planning branch of the Office of Water Quality in the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. The program began in 1996 to increase public awareness of water quality issues and concerns by training volunteers to monitor stream water quality. Volunteers sample water quality in many waterways in the state and then input that data into the Hoosier Riverwatch data site.
Volunteer training sessions occur throughout the year in various locations around the state. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer but can’t find a training near you, please contact the Hoosier Riverwatch coordinator at (317) 308-3392.