The cost of water pollution is hard to pin down and theres enough blame for everyone to shoulder. So whats the fix? A grass roots group in Posey County may be on to an answer. Consider this, there are 16-hundred streams and lakes in Indiana that are unsafe to fish or swim in. And you might be contributing every time you flush your toilet, or park your car. Posey Countys Big Creek doesnt always live up to its name. People pass by, and over it, countless times each day without much concern at all. But there is growing worry about the health of this humble waterway that drains much of Posey, Gibson, and Vanderburgh counties. An extensive study thats revealing the network of ditches, streams and creeks is choked with pollutants ranging from agriculture runoff, to petroleum waste washed from roads, to e-coli leaching from leaking septic systems. And that pollution threatens to throw this ecosystem off balance. So the Watershed Project is trying to bring everyone effected from farmers and oil producers, to private citizens on board. Its not about assigning blame, but finding a fix. The waters of Big Creek, and a large number of the polluted water ways in Indiana, wind up in the Ohio River. Where communities down stream have to pay to remove them from their drinking water. Thats where the efforts here will really pay off, but it will also mean a healthier watershed for all who live in southwest Indiana.