A public meeting has been set for the Middle Cedar Watershed Management Authority (WMA) Board for Thursday, July 8, @ 3 pm, location TBD. The MCWMA board is made up of representatives from cities, counties, and soil and water conservation districts and aims to address local water quantity and quality issues in the watershed.
This provides an opportunity to stay involved in the activities of the IWA and ask questions about the program. Meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend!
For more information about the Middle Cedar watershed meeting, contact project coordinator Adam Rodenberg at ARodenberg@bentoncountyia.gov.