The Indiana Natural Resources Commission will conduct its next bimonthly meeting on Tuesday, July 21, at Fort Harrison State Park.
The meeting begins at 10 a.m. (ET) at the park’s Garrison Ballroom, 6002 North Post Road, Indianapolis.
During the meeting, all health and safety protocols prescribed by local, state and federal authorities will be observed. Attendance will be monitored and seating configured to ensure compliance with social distancing. Face coverings are required.
The agenda and downloadable related materials are posted at nrc.IN.gov/2354.htm.
The NRC is an autonomous board that addresses topics pertaining to the DNR.
NRC members include the DNR director, heads of three other state agencies (Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Indiana Office of Tourism Development, and the Indiana Department of Transportation), six citizens appointed by the governor on a bipartisan basis, the chair of the DNR’s advisory council, and the president of the Indiana Academy of Science. The Academy of Science president and the agency heads, other than the DNR director, may appoint proxies to serve the commission in their absences.