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Former Monument City featured on YouTube

Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has a new YouTube channel. The channel is available on the DNR’s website at www.dnr.IN.gov/7426.htm.

Forty-five videos are already featured on the channel. Viewers can learn about Monument City, a former Huntington County town normally submerged under Salamonie Lake during the summer and exposed in this year’s drought.

Viewers can also watch Governor Mitch Daniels commemorate the groundbreaking of the visitors’ center at Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife area, learn to fillet a crappie, see a time-lapse recording of the Perseid meteor shower over Lake Michigan and more.

The videos are produced by videographer Michael Carney who joined the DNR this year for the second time, having worked previously as a seasonal naturalist at Brown County State Park.