Upcoming Events

Wed 22

White River Waterway Meeting

November 22 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Dec 08

ROW Steering Committee meeting

December 8 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Dec 27

White River Waterway Meeting

December 27 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Jan 12

ROW Steering Committee meeting

January 12, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Jan 24

White River Waterway Meeting

January 24, 2018 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

White River

The White River is the largest waterway within Indiana with a length of about 362 Miles. It starts south of Winchester in Randolph County, winds through Muncie, Anderson, and Indianapolis, draining into the Wabash River near Mount Carmel, Illinois. ROW is focused along the White River from 21st Street to Raymond Street which includes the Near West and West Indy Quality of Life Plan communities.

Elements Forum

ROW Elements Forum Element Committees seek to bring specific action-oriented expertise and resources to ROW to advance the process and outcomes aligned to the six elements. Ae – Aesthetics: Infuse functional art and natural beauty into the process resulting in...
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ROW’s Illustrated Nature Guide

ROW Illustrated Nature Guide ROW's Ecology committee partnered with Indianapolis based artist Megan Hart to create the ROW Illustrated Nature Guide and Journal. The guide explores the ROW waterways and their surrounding communities through various means...
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ROW Grants Awarded at ROWport 2017

ROW awards $50K in grants to improve waterways Reconnecting to Our Waterways announced winners at annual ROWport event INDIANAPOLIS — Reconnecting to Our Waterways (ROW) announced the winners of their $50,000 in grant funding at their annual ROWport celebration on...
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ROWport – Impact Recap

ROWport - Impact Recap      Thanks to everyone who came out for ROWport on Friday! If you happened to miss us then go ahead and check out this video of ROW's collective impact on the waterways of Indianapolis over the past five years. We've come so far...
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Indy Urban Bioblitz

Scientists and volunteers convened in September 2016 for the inaugural Indy Urban BioBlitz, counting nearly 600 species of wild plants and animals along city waterways in just 24 hours. Close your eyes and picture your backyard or your closest park or stream. How many...
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