H2Ohio is one of the most comprehensive, science-based plans for clean water in state history. Designed to improve Ohio’s water quality from source to tap, H2Ohio focuses specifically on reducing phosphorus in Ohio’s waterways through conservation best practices, creating wetlands, addressing failing septic systems, and preventing lead contamination in drinking water. The OEC invites you to join our team and special guests to learn about the different components of the H2Ohio program as well as what is planned for the future of the program.
On March 16, we learned more about the Ohio Dept. of Agriculture’s H2Ohio farmer program when speaking with the Ohio Farm Bureau about the Ohio Agricultural Conservation Initiative. Take a look:
On March 24, we learned more about the Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources wetland program when speaking with the Medina County Park District about their wetland project at Chippewa Lake Park. Take a look:
On March 30, we learned more about Ohio EPA’s H2Ohio programs when speaking with Greater Cincinnati Water Works about their Lead Service Line Replacement program for child care facilities. Take a look:
To learn more about H2Ohio, please visit: http://h2.ohio.gov/.