This year’s drought has caused central and southern Indiana aquifers to go completely dry which has resulted in the question of how abundant groundwater availability in northern Indiana can help those toward the south.
This may become an issue in the state legislature and people need to be aware of it, according to the Warsaw-Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce.
On Friday, Vince Griffin of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce will be in Warsaw to discuss water resources. “Water: The Life Blood of Northern Indiana” is the program and it’s being held in the Mad Room at Mad Anthony’s Lake City Tap House this Friday.
The public is encouraged to attend the program, which begins at 11:30 a.m. and will wrap up at 1 p.m. There is no cost to attend and lunch is provided, however, reservations are necessary by Wednesday, Nov. 7. Click HERE to register.
The event is sponsored by Indiana-American Water Inc., Louis Dreyfus Commodities and Tom Farms.