New Bio-retention Cells (rain gardens) by Branch Rickey Arena on OWU's Campus

15th Annual Olentangy Watershed Forum: Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Campus Talk! Thurs. Sept. 20: Dr. Timothy Hawthorne, OWU 2003 “The Power of People in Science: Exploring Community-Based Uses of Maps, Apps and Drones”

Watershed Walk: Sunday Sept. 23, 2018

New Bio-retention Cells (rain gardens) by Branch Rickey Arena on OWU’s Campus

Branch Rickey Rain Garden (Bio-retention) Development on OWU Campus Participants: Janelle Valdinger (City of Delaware, OWU), Dr. John Krygier (OWU Geography & Environment & Sustainability), Brad Stanton (City of Delaware), Perry Mickley (City of Delaware), Department of Parks and Recreation (City of Delaware), Department of Engineering (City of Delaware), Carolyn Cicerichi (City of Delaware) Contact:…

15th Annual Olentangy Watershed Forum: Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Photo source: Ohio EPA 15th Annual Olentangy Watershed Forum: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Organized and Sponsored by: When: Wednesday, October 10, 2018, from 8 a.m.— 3:30 p.m. Registration: There is no cost, and lunch is included. Pre-registration requested by Monday, October 1st. To register, please contact Erin Gibson at egibson@delcowater.com or 740-548-7746 ext. 2221. Where: Ohio…

Campus Talk! Thurs. Sept. 20: Dr. Timothy Hawthorne, OWU 2003 “The Power of People in Science: Exploring Community-Based Uses of Maps, Apps and Drones”

Above: Tim Hawthorne (left) and OWU Geography major Lucas Farmer on a drone survey in Belize. Credit: Citizen Science GIS Dr. Timothy Hawthorne OWU 2003, University of Central Florida “The Power of People in Science: Exploring Community-Based Uses of Maps, Apps and Drones” Thursday, September 20
 at 4:10 p.m. in Science Center 163 Abstract: The…

Watershed Walk: Sunday Sept. 23, 2018

Presented by the Northwest Neighborhood Association and the Central Ohio Communities Project Forward to anyone you think would be interested. When: Sunday, September 23, 2018 Mostly hidden and invisible, Delaware Run weaves itself through the fabric of the city and is often overlooked. The walk will shed light on this important natural resource. Participants can…