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  • Shoreline Fishing Trip Down the White River, Noblesville to Indy
    Friday September 22nd | 09:00 AM - 06:30 PM

    Follow DNR Go FishIN Coordinator Clint Kowalik and his assistant Cody Herring on Friday, September 9 as they travel the White River on a fishing adventure.

    During the trip, Kowalik and Herring will stop at several public access points from Noblesville through Indianapolis. At each spot, they will fish, take photos, and talk about the fish and habitat in that area.

    Check out photos throughout the day on Twitter at @INfishwildlife and at facebook.com/INfishandwildlife. You also can meet them at the river at one of the following spots and times — maybe you’ll discover your next favorite fishing spot!

    — 9 a.m., Noblesville — Riverwood Canoe Landing at 20814 Riverwood Ave., just north of East 206th St.
    — 10 a.m., Noblesville — Potter’s Bridge Park Canoe Launch at 19401 Allisonville Rd., just west of Cumberland Rd.
    — 11 a.m., Noblesville — Boat ramp on State Road 19 (Cicero Rd.), just south of Forest Park.
    — Noon, Carmel — Hazel Landing Park at 10601 Hazel Dell Parkway.
    — 1 p.m., Indianapolis — Boat ramp and river overlook at Broad Ripple Park at 1550 Broad Ripple Ave.
    — 2 p.m., Indianapolis — Canoe launch behind Indianapolis Art Center at 820 E 67th St., just east of North College Ave.
    — 3 p.m., Indianapolis —Blickman Educational Trail Park at 6399 N Meridian St. (11 E. Arden Dr.)
    — 4 p.m., Indianapolis — Boat ramp near Riverside Park on North White River East Dr., just south of 29th St.
    — 5 p.m., Indianapolis — Shoreline along North White River Parkway West Dr., near/under Michigan St. bridge.
    — 6 p.m., Indianapolis — Shoreline along [305-537] S. White River Parkway West Dr. (downstream of zoo; below dam).

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  • StormWater Action Team Corporate Service Day
    Friday September 22nd | 12:30 PM - 04:30 PM

    Bacteria, fertilizer, and trash pollute our streams each year by way of street-site storm drains causing a big impact on wildlife and public health. With your help we can solve this problem with small acts of stewardship around our neighborhoods and businesses. You can do this by joining the White River Alliance’s newest stewardship program – SWATs. A SWAT is a StormWater Action Team made up of your colleagues who are willing to donate time to help promote water quality awareness in neighborhoods or commercial centers. Form a team to start making a difference for our water today! We will meet at a central point before heading out to our target areas and reconvene for a beer and refreshments afterward. To register, go to http://tiny.cc/Corp_SWAT17 or email Scott Minor at scott@thewhiteriveralliance.org.

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  • Dirty Water
    Friday September 22nd | 02:30 PM - 03:00 PM

    Understanding how water pollution occurs can help us stop pollution from spreading to our waterways! Visit the STEMLab at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to learn about one common way that water can become polluted, and examine tools used by scientists who study water pollution.

    Check out our web listing for this program at:
    https://www.childrensmuseum.org/visit/calendar/view/205

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  • Dirty Water
    Friday September 22nd | 03:30 PM - 04:00 PM

    Understanding how water pollution occurs can help us stop pollution from spreading to our waterways! Visit the STEMLab at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to learn about one common way that water can become polluted, and examine tools used by scientists who study water pollution.

    Check out our web listing for this program at:
    https://www.childrensmuseum.org/visit/calendar/view/205

    This event is held in the STEMLab, located within level 4 ScienceWorks Gallery of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.

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