Celebrating The Mill Creek
The Mill Creek is a 28-mile long urban river that begins in West Chester, runs though Cincinnati and flows into the Ohio River, just west of downtown. It was declared the worst environmental problem in the Greater Cincinnati area in 1993, unfit for aquatic life and recreation. Since 1995, the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities has been working to make improvements to the waterway.
Joining us to talk about the history and current state of the Mill Creek are Executive Director of the Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities, Jennifer Eismeier; Trustee Emeritus and Commodore of the Mill Creek Yacht Club, Bruce Koehler; and Mill Creek Council Board of Trustees Chair for the City of Sharonville, Richard Osgood.
The annual Mill Creek ReCreation celebration with bicycling and canoeing is Sunday, September 18. For more information, click here.