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Mill Creek Alliance offers environmental volunteer and learning opportunities

Summer is a busy time for the Mill Creek Alliance. The Mill Creek flows through 37 unique jurisdictions in Greater Cincinnati, then into the Ohio River (covering 166 square miles of drainage). More than 450,000 people live in its watershed. There are 327+ miles of stream in the watershed, 28.1 on the Mill Creek main stem.

City of Cincinnati neighborhoods and adjacent communities of Norwood and St. Bernard are locations where the Mill Creek is top of mind for North Avondale residents.

A watershed, also known as a drainage basin, is the area of land that drains to a body of water. Any drop of water that falls in the Mill Creek Watershed will make its way to the Mill Creek. As a result, what happens on the land and in the air throughout the watershed impacts every community, person, and organization in the watershed.

There are many ways to get involved as a volunteer or learn more about this critical natural resource. Mill Creek Alliance has provided NANA with flyers shared below about their July, August, and September events. Take a look to learn more about the dedicated work of the Mill Creek Alliance to restore the Mill Creek Watershed as a natural and community asset. Links are not active on the flyers. Visit the website, give them a call or copy and paste and URLs into your browser.

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