Restoring Ohio's Watersheds

Coal mining and agriculture have taken their toll on the pristine waterways of Ohio. Abandoned mine drainage (AMD), pesticides, fertilizers, erosion, and livestock waste seep into rivers and streams disrupting the delicate balance of their ecosystems. This site compiles and tracks changes in Ohio’s watersheds to measure the success of ongoing reclamation efforts.

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Samples Collected Since January 1, 1995