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What is the Indiana Clean Marina Program?

The Indiana Clean Marina Program was developed in an effort to protect our state’s inland and coastal waterways by reducing the potential environmental impacts associated with marinas and recreational boating. The Indiana Clean Marina Program provides information, technical assistance, and guidance to marinas and recreational boaters. By participating in this voluntary program, marinas, boatyards, yacht clubs, and recreational boaters will be recognized for their environmental stewardship.

The Indiana Clean Marina Program is a collaborative effort by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, marinas, boatyards, yacht clubs, and recreational boaters. Development of the Indiana Clean Marina Program was made possible with financial assistance awarded to the Lake Michigan Coastal Program by the Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) under a Section 310 grant.

The Indiana Clean Marina Program was piloted in the Lake Michigan Coastal Program area in May of 2008. Due to the success of the program, it has been approved for a statewide expansion.

Boaters are encouraged to patronize certified clean marinas and to adopt clean boating habits.

For more information about Indiana’s Clean Marina Program, please contact:

Indiana Department of Environmental Management
Office of Compliance Support
100 North Senate Avenue IGCN 1225
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2251

  • Toll Free: (800) 988-7901
  • E-mail: cleanmarinaprogram at idem.in.gov

Indiana Clean Marina Program