Streamkeepers presents grant to city


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WILMINGTON – The Clinton Streamkeepers recently awarded a $500 grant from its Sture Fredrik Anliot Fund to the City of Wilmington. The grant will help support a local pond clinic by providing water testing resources, educational materials covering water quality, algae management, and best practices to improve water quality.

The pond clinic is sponsored by the Caesar Creek Collaborative and will be held 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, June 16 at Lucas Bros., 3229 Ferry Rd, Bellbrook, OH 45305.

The program is free, but registration is required. RSVP no later than June 10 to reserve your spot at www.warrenswcd.com/pond-clinic.

The Collaborative was founded through a partnership between Clinton, Greene, and Warren County Soil and Water Conservation Districts.

The Caesar Creek Collaborative is a group of local agencies, university partners, community organizations, agricultural producers, residents, and volunteers whose mission is to improve and maintain the water quality and soil health of the Caesar Creek Lake and the surrounding region.

Caesar Creek Lake is the City of Wilmington’s primary drinking water source.

For more information on the Caesar Creek Collaborative, visit www.warrenswcd.com/caesar-creek-collaborative

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