On October 22, the Mill Creek Yacht Club embarked on their last voyage of 2016. This was an extra special trip as we inducted our 1,000 crewmate!
We had an absolute blast at this year's celebration!
Keeping our streams clean keeps our communities beautiful!
Please join us for this special collaborative event with Living Lands & Waters, Groundwork Cincinnati - Mill Creek, and the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities!
Volunteers from Enerfab, Inc. and Brighton Tru-Edge teamed up to pick up trash and remove unwanted vegetation from Twin Creek Preserve in Sharonville on Saturday, May 7. Thank you to both businesses for spending your Saturday morning improving the Mill Creek. Also, a big thanks to the City of Sharonville for picking up the trash after the event!
On Tuesday, April 26, a group of about 20 people communed with nature on the Mill Creek Watershed Council's Wildflower Walk.
A handful of volunteers from the Winton Woods School District and friends of the Council planted nearly 300 plants!
To celebrate 5 great years of this fundraiser, we're making this year bigger and better than ever. We'll still be up to our normal shenanigans with a bike ride, canoe float, and live music, but we'll also have some surprises in store.
The Lakota Local School District hosted a ribbon cutting to dedicate the Hopewell Elementary Stormwater and Riparian Enhancement Project on Friday, April 29. This outdoor classroom was developed through a partnership with the Butler Soil and Water Conservation District, Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities (Council), Cardno and the Lakota Local School District.
The Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities (Council) is seeking an energetic, creative person with an interest in the environment and nature to fill the role of Communications & Marketing Intern. The position will be a balance of interactive meetings, administrative work, and play in the creek.