Join us for the first public showing of four short, promotional videos featuring the beautiful Mill Creek, Commodore Koehler, Mike "The Tire Vulture" Reifenberger, Roberts Academy's Tracy Power, and Dr. Michael Miller. These short films each highlight a piece of the past and present of the Mill Creek and you all are invited to see them for the first public showing.
The Mill Creek Watershed Council and our partners cleaned up the Upper Mill Creek on Saturday, October 3rd. Overall, the day was a success, filling a 30 yard bin with trash and picking 25 tires out of the creek. Much thanks goes to our 50+ volunteers.
The fourth annual Mill Creek ReCreation Celebration was on Sunday, September 27. The Council welcomed around 150 people!
On Saturday, August 15 we had 23 cyclists join us on a 15-mile bike tour of historic Mill Creek!
Donning sailor hats and armed with paddles, crewmates of the Mill Creek Yacht Club (MCYC) marched in the Northside Fourth of July Parade on Saturday. Fourteen crewmates participated in the parade, led by Commodore Bruce Koehler. Paddles were held high with pride and even used to high five onlookers. The group shouted cadences and danced along down the parade route.
The Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities celebrated twenty years of history with a ceremonial resigning of the intergovernmental agreement that formed the Council in 1995. Representatives from 22 communities in the Mill Creek Watershed met at French Park to re-pledge their commitment to continued Mill Creek improvement and the work of the Council.
The Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities (Council) embarked on its longest canoe float on June 11, with members from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Ohio Department of Transportation, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
The Council is pleased to announce our newest employee, Tara Keesling! We are thrilled to have her as part of our team.
Before school lets out for summer, third graders from Hopewell Elementary helped plant two rain gardens on May 27 as part of a stromwater and riparian enhancement project on the school’s campus.Representatives from the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities (Council), Cardno, and Butler Soil and Water Conservation District (BSWCD) spent the morning educating the students on the benefits of a rain garden and helping supervise the planting.
Navigating the Mill Creek is always an adventure! A group of 24 people participated in a canoe float with the Mill Creek Yacht Club on Sunday, May 17. Armed with high boots and baseball hats, the group started at the Twin Creek Preserve in Sharonville, and ended at Columbia Avenue Bridge in Reading.