Boone County —
Results of a study designed to improve water quality in Boone and Clinton county streams will be revealed at a 7 p.m. Nov. 8 meeting at Stookey’s Restaurant in Thorntown.
“We’re hoping we have a good turnout,” said Scheryl Vaughn, district administrator for the Boone County Soil and Water Conservation District.
Greg Bright of Commonwealth Bio-Monitoring will present the results of the diagnostic study that examined water quality and other environmental factors affecting streams that drain more than 120,869 acres in northern Boone and southern Clinton counties.
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