Join other citizen scientists for a two and a half-day camp on citizen-based biomonitoring June 27th through June 29th. Learn how to use technologies and assessment tools to provide professionals and agencies with credible data on the condition of aquatic environments in your region.
Kentucky is home to more than 49,000 miles of rivers. Freshwater rivers and streams sustain our communities by providing drinking and irrigation water, wildlife habitat, recreational opportunities and more.
The 8th annual Paddlefest Kid’s Outdoor Adventure Expo is scheduled for June 20th at Coney Island! This event brings together area organizations for the largest outdoor youth environmental education program in the region.
Parks are one of the best places to take photos of nature, wildlife, family and friends. The Great Parks of Hamilton County provides the perfect backdrop, with 21 parks and nature preserves and over 16,500 acres of greenspace. What better way to capture all of its essence than with a photography contest!
River Sweep, sponsored by the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) and Foundation for Ohio River Education (FORE), is an annual river bank cleanup for the Ohio River and its tributaries.
Bikes in Bloom 2013 has officially launched! The Greater Milford Events & Arts Council invites business owners, residents and non-profit organizations to join the fun by creating their own garden art project using bicycles, plants and flowers.
On Saturday, June 8th, 8:00 AM-Noon, the magazine, Field & Stream, will join Little Miami River Kleeners, and local volunteers in a one-day, hands-on outdoor conservation project to aid the group’s efforts to improve habitat on the Little Miami River, as part of the magazine’s Hero for a Day program.