Where nature and the city meet

Nutrient loading contributes to algal blooms in the reservoir, taste and odor problems in fi nished drinking water and potential health risks associated with elevated nitrate in source water and toxins from algal blooms.

educational Committee

Chair- Angie Tilton

In addition to volunteering her time to serve as the Education Committee Chair, Angie Tilton is the Indiana Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) Coordinator, a program of the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Fish Wildlife.  Prior to her current position with DNR, she served as the Water Quality Educator for the Tippecanoe County Soil & Water Conservation District where she participated in other watershed groups such as the Wildcat Creek and Lauramie Creek Watershed groups.  She now works with educators of all varieties to promote the awareness, appreciation, knowledge and stewardship of water resources through the international, interdisciplinary water science program- Project WET. atilton@dnr.in.gov

Committee Schedule

Date and Time Location
03/27/2011| 9-10 am Fireplace Room at Zionsville Town Hall

Committee Minutes