Carroll Soil and Water Promotes Water Stewardship

CARROLLTON, OHIO: Linda Yeager, District Administrator of the Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District will be sharing information about the 4R Tomorrow program at the Carroll Concerned Citizens meeting on Thursday March 6. This program promotes nutrient stewardship, water management and backyard conservation to protect water quality in local communities and across Ohio.

Watershed Specialist, Josh Britton hired by Carroll and Harrison Soil and Water Conservation District will be introduced and talk about the upcoming plans for the Atwood, Leesville, Tappen and Clendening watersheds.

The meeting is being held at the Church of Christ 353 Moody Ave. Carrollton, OH beginning at 7pm and is free and open to the public.

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