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CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT

Great Miami River Watershed Network

 

Upcoming programs

10th annual River Summit
Friday, March 24, 8 a.m to 3 p.m.
University of Dayton River Campus.


Keynote speakers

Melinda Huntley, Executive Director
Ohio Travel Association

Mary Cusick, Director
TourismOhio

Among the day's presentations will be a session titled, "How Safe Is It? Rivers for Recreation." Our area rivers are popular for fishing, rowing, and paddling but how safe are they? Experts will discuss recent efforts to make the rivers safer and more accessible.

Learn more about the River Summit.

About the Great Miami River Network

The Network is a quarterly meeting where participants can discuss items of mutual concern and share ideas to leverage resources in the Great Miami River Watershed, primarily water-resource related. The Miami Conservancy District and the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission co-sponsor and facilitate the meetings.

 

How do I join the Network?

Anyone is welcome to become a part of this group. There is no formal membership in the Network. For more information or to join the Network, please contact Sarah Hippensteel or call her at (937) 223-1278 ext. 3244.

 

 

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