State of Indiana: Division of Water

About State of Indiana: Division of Water

The Department of Conservation and the Indiana Flood Control and Water Resources Commission merged in 1965 to create the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Divisions were subsequently formed within the DNR to address specialized natural resource concerns. Water resource programs of both former agencies were assigned to the Division of Water, reflecting the dual concern for 1) resource evaluation and conservation, and 2) public safety in flood prone areas. The Division of Water tackles diverse responsibilities associated with the evaluation and use of Indiana's most vital natural resource, and development near Indiana's waterways and lakes.


Security Guard Supervisor

September 2017 Lincoln City, IN
“The environment, My co-workers, Interacting with guest, Looking out for the safety of our guest, Protecting our natural resources”

DNR Biologist

March 2019 - August 2019 Columbia City, IN
“New experience and lots of communication skills and hands on skills”
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