July 31 — The City of Indianapolis requested a continuance of at least 60 days on a hearing regarding the Warfleigh Levee project. DNR granted the continuance.
Friends of the White River continues to oppose a plan by the City of Indianapolis and the Army Corps of Engineers that would provide for extensive tree-clearing along the Warfleigh Levee from Westfield Boulevard to just above the Kessler Bridge on the city‘s northside.
It’s free, available for both Android and iOS phones and tablets, and it’s a living work-in-progress to which you can contribute. It’s our new White River Guide app. With it, you can explore the many opportunities for visiting the White River of Indiana, and learn more about the watershed — all at your fingertips.
The Hoosier Environmental Council is hosting a bicycle adventure — the Ride for the Mounds! Details: Saturday, September 19, beginning at noon; 15-, 25- & 45-mile routes all begin and end in Daleville, Indiana.
The ride will take place on scenic country roads roughly following the course of the free-flowing White River, near the proposed route of the Mounds Greenway. After the ride, there will be food, refreshments and a campout along the river in Daleville.
What do we lose with a dam at Anderson that floods seven miles of White River corridor and Mounds State Park? Videographer Mark Dawson shows us in an incredible collection of videos available on YouTube. Visit the Mark Dawson White River Videos to see for yourself.