By EILEEN OAKS
Outreach And Marketing Specialist, The Watershed Foundation
WARSAW — The Clean Waters Partnership steering committee will be meeting at 7 a.m. Tuesday, April 12, at the Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce, 523 S. Buffalo St. Warsaw. The steering committee is working on developing a watershed management plan to address water quality concerns in the community.
The members represent stakeholders in the Tippecanoe-Walnut Creek Watershed, which is an area that spans from south of Leesburg, to the west edge of Warsaw, to just east of Pierceton and south to include the area in between Claypool and Sidney. The meeting is open to the public.
CWP is an extension of The Watershed Foundation with strong community support from individuals, businesses, and governmental organizations, including the Center for Lakes & Streams, City of Warsaw, Town of Winona Lake, Kosciusko County Council, Health, Planning, Surveying and Emergency Management Departments, Indiana American Water Co., Zimmer Biomet Inc., the Builders’ Association of Kosciusko & Fulton Counties, KC Recycling Depot, Kosciusko County Soil and Water Conservation District, and Chapman, Center, Pike and Winona Lakes.
For more information or to become involved contact The Watershed Foundation at [email protected] tippecanoewatershed.org or (574) 834-3242.