|Spotted salamanders in the pond at a previous year's hike.|
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Clinton Streamkeepers Announces Grant Funding To Support Water Quality In Clinton And Greene Counties, Funded By The Endowment Of Dr. Sture Fredrik ‘Fred’ Anliot
The Clinton Streamkeepers, (a 501(c) 3 organization) is pleased to offer grant funds available from our Sture Fredrik Anliot Fund, “an endowed, restricted gift for the improvement of water quality in the Little Miami River and its tributaries in Clinton and Greene Counties of Ohio.”
The fund was created by the generosity of Dr. Sture Fredrik “Fred” Anliot who was a Professor of Biology at Wilmington College where he taught for 35 years. Fred was well-liked and highly respected by those who knew him, including colleagues and students.
The grant funding is available for various amounts for projects related to water quality including, but not limited to: stream cleanups, monitoring, buffer strips, wetland restorations and other habitat work. Organizations who may receive the grant can include, but are not limited to, civic groups, environmental organizations, nonprofits, schools or educational institutions, and watershed groups.
The grant application is available as of January 1st and due February 15th, with grants being awarded around March 13th, 2015. More information, including the application for download can be found by clicking HERE. Submit your application to: email@example.com or mail to:
Clinton Streamkeepers c/o Clinton County Foundation
P.O. Box 831
Wilmington, Ohio 45177
Any questions on the application and projects can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Taylor Stuckert at 2:37 PM
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Owls are establishing their territory and preparing to nest, which begins in the heart of winter. Now that the leaves have fallen it is a perfect time of year to spot owls and learn about their habitat and life cycle. This will be a fun experience for the whole family, led by local Ohio Certified Volunteer naturalists. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a flashlight and your sense of adventure.
This program is free of charge and anyone interested in experiencing the natural world is welcomed. Please register HERE. For more information contact Lori Williams at the Park Office, 382-4781.
Posted by Lori Williams at 11:18 AM
Thursday, November 6, 2014
"You winterize your car, your RV, and your swimming pool. Do you take precautions to help your yard handle winter?"
Posted by Taylor Stuckert at 8:10 AM
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
|A view of one of the stations from the Luther Warren Peace Path.|
“I wanted to invite pedestrians to consider some simple environmental ideas while they walked” says Deignan. “People connect to nature in so many different ways, so the approach to the content is quite diverse. Some stations cover basic natural history, while others contain nature poems or speak to one particular feature or concept. The goal is merely to help people become more aware and appreciative of the mosaic of life all around them.”
Posted by Lori Williams at 4:50 AM
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Posted by Lori Williams at 4:36 PM
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Lytle Creek League of Conservators invites you to celebrate our ongoing efforts to "create a living legacy" in the form of the Lytle Creek Greenway. As is our custom, we will also be honoring the work of two local individuals who have made our natural environment a better place. This year we will be honoring a man and woman who have impacted countless lives in their roles as educators and mentors.
Monte Anderson, Wilmington College professor of agriculture, has been recognized many times for his teaching excellence. He has played a key role in the success of the Wilmington College agriculture program, the Grow Food, Grow Hope program and directed many of the college's efforts to protect and improve the quality of Lytle Creek.
Please register early, as seating is limited. Register HERE or by calling Lori Williams at 725-3811.
Posted by Lori Williams at 1:33 PM