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Welcome to the St. Joseph River Basin Commission

The St. Joseph River Basin Commission (SJRBC) is an Indiana state agency dedicated to improving water quality within the St. Joseph River Basin. The agency is composed of representatives from 7 counties in the Indiana portion of the basin: Dekalb, Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, St. Joseph, and Steuben counties.


Since 1988, the purpose of the Commission has been:

News & Updates

2015 Indiana-Michigan St. Joseph River Basin Symposium

Registration is now open for the 2015 Indiana-Michigan St. Joseph River Basin Symposium sponsored by the SJRBC.

Need for Water
Quantity Planning
in Indiana

A recent Indiana Chamber of Comerce study identifies important implications for the future of water quantity planning.

2015 Contractor's Stormwater
Workshop

Register to learn more about the most current stormwater and erosion control practices and information.

$6.8 million
coming to the
St. Joseph River Basin

The USDA'S Regional Conservation Partnership Program funds the St. Joseph River Watershed Conservation Partnership.


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