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Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) 2013 Annual ConferenceKen Hedge

The AIC Annual Conference provides AIC members an opportunity to attend educational workshops, view an exhibit hall of over one hundred booths and meet and build relationships with over 500 county elected officials and county employees from throughout the state of Indiana. The conference this year took place in Switzerland County, at the Belterra Resort. AIC Executive Board

Pictured at the left is the Surveyors Association President, Zach Beasley, presenting Ken Hedge (Boone County Surveyor) with the Outstanding County Surveyor Award at the 2013 AIC Awards Banquet during the Annual Conference.

Pictured at the right is the 2013 AIC Executive Board.

 

2013 AIC Annual Conference County Surveyors Affiliate Meeting

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Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy 2014

Learn to be a Leader in Watershed Management

If you're interested in water quality and watersheds, consider applying for the 2014 Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy. Please visit the IWLA page for more information and enrollment instructions.

Continuing Education and Bowling Seminar - July 17, 2013

The County Surveyor's Association of Indiana's Continuing Education and Bowling Seminar was a great success and enjoyed by many across the state.

To read more about the event and see photos, please visit the Fundraising Page

The Association would like to extend their gratitude to Julie Umbaugh and Meg Butcher for their time and effort spent planning and organizing this fantastic event.

 

 

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2-Stage Ditches

APRIL, 2013 - The Nature Conservancy in Indiana is currently promoting 2-Stage Ditches throughout Indiana. The 2-Stage Ditch is a conservation practice that serves as a tool to reduce nutrient loads and sedimentation in ditches along with adding additional capacity and reducing the peak off of storm events. Utilizing current ditch infrastructure the 2-Stage Ditch modifies the current drain in order to increase its performance and extend its life expectancy by promoting a more stable system. Current funding through the IDEM Section 319 program is available through the end of 2013 to implement ½ mile 2-Stage Ditch projects. This funding provides 75% cost share not to exceed $20,000 for the implementation of ½ mile projects. Surveyors interested in this funding as well as more detailed information are encouraged to contact Kent Wamsley with The Nature Conservancy at 574-946-7491 or kwamsley@tnc.org, as the current funding available will address 6 projects.

The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. To date, the Conservancy and its more than one million members have been responsible for the protection of more than 119 million acres of land and 5,000 miles of rivers worldwide. In Indiana, the Conservancy has worked for 50 years at over 195 sites to protect more than 80,000 acres. Working from seven offices across the State, the Conservancy works with local communities on issues of vital interest, including the quality and quantity of Indiana’s freshwater. Visit us on the web at The Nature Conservancy - Indiana.

2013 County Surveyor's Association President

Congratulations to Zach Beasley for being elected the 2013 President for the Association. Zach has been serving as the Tippecanoe County Surveyor since 2010.

Changes for Road School 2014

There were also two very important decisions made during the 2013 Road School Event at Purdue University, regarding membership dues and moving the CSA all day AIC affiliate meeting to Thursday during Road School. Click here for additional information.

2013 Indiana Water Leadership Academy

Enroll now to improve your watershed management skills If you're interested in water quality and watersheds, consider applying for the 2013 Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy. The Academy, organized by Purdue University with support from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and other Indiana conservation agencies and organizations, gives participants the chance to:

More information and Application Information can be found here

Indiana County Surveyor's Fundraising Events

The County Surveyor's Association of Indiana Cornhole Fundraiser was a great success and enjoyed by many across the state. Cornhole GameGary Kent's presentation on “Successful Section Corner Perpetuation” provided several good bits of information and led to several good questions from those attending.  Following the presentation the Indiana County Surveyors Association hosted the cornhole tournament fundraiser.

To read more about the event and see photos, please visit the Fundraising Page

The Association would like to extend their gratitude to Julie Umbaugh and Meg Butcher for their time and effort spent planning and organizing this great event.

2013 President's Award

Congratulations to Jay Poe, Huntington County Surveyor, on receiving the President's Award at Purdue Road School in March.