On Saturday, June 15, thousands of volunteers from Pittsburgh, PA to Cairo, IL will do their part to clean up the 3,000 miles of Ohio River shoreline. In Clermont County, volunteers can help at Chilo Lock #34 Park, Moscow, Neville, New Richmond and the Indian Mound Campground.
Palmer Amaranth is an aggressive, invasive weed native to the southwest region of the US and northern Mexico. The plant is resistant to many herbicides including glyphosate, which makes it difficult to control once established. In Ohio, it has been found on multiple sites.
Phosphorus comes from many sources, and is a major cause of water quality problems in lakes and streams, and a leading contributor to harmful algal blooms. Learn what you can do to help.