August 8, 2016

Clermont Students Create Masterpiece for Conservation

artcontestSoil & water conservation districts from all 88 counties in Ohio recently sponsored local artists to compose artworks that exhibit the theme – “Soil and water conservation – Keeping Ohio’s land productive and water clean!”  Locally, a group of students from Kim Ziebold’s Glen Este High School art class created a painting that depicted the use of community rain gardens and rain barrels to help protect Clermont County’s water resources. Thanks go to Mrs. Ziebold (far right in photo) and her students for helping raise awareness for protecting Ohio’s natural resources. All of the artworks will be displayed at venues throughout Ohio including the Riffe Center and other state buildings in Columbus.

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