The Stream Conservation Program:
The mission of the HCSWCD's Stream Conservation Program is to restore and maintain the ecological integrity of Hamilton County's local water resources. HCSWCD approaches this mission by offering three primary services to residents and organizations within Hamilton County:
HCSWCD implements watershed restoration projects (i.e. Stormwater and Stream Stewardship Best Management Practices). We work with other local, regional, state, and federal organizations to apply a holistic, data driven approach to watershed restoration in Hamilton County. Our efforts include watershed planning, project identification/planning, funding acquisition, and project implementation.
HCSWCD offers consultation, free of charge, to residents and local organizations interested in responsible management of streams and stormwater.
Would you like assistance with any of the following issues on your property?
Request a consultation by clicking on the "Complaint/Inquiry Form" button on the top of the page, or contact Adam Lehmann by phone (513-772-7645 ext. 15) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Public Education & Involvement
HCSWCD educates the public on the health of local streams, and on measures that can be taken to address stream degradation problems in our community. We also create opportunities for public involvement in addressing local stream problems.
Initiatives to educate and involve the public in stream conservation include:
If you are interested in having SWCD present to your group/organization, contact Adam Lehmann by phone (513-772-7645 ext. 15) or e-mail (email@example.com).