2020 Goal: Protect, enhance and celebrate all streams, rivers and other water resources by making a measurable improvement in 75% of them.

What is the Watershed Action Team?

We are a diverse group of professional and volunteer water enthusiasts who care deeply about the quality of our water resources and the health of our streams. There are many ways to get involved as an organization or as an individual!

Learn about Project Mullet

In 2018 members of the Watershed Action Team launched Project Mullet, which encourages institutions to adopt low-mow practices and install rain gardens. This year the project will expand to four more schools!

Here are some photos from the first pilot rain garden installation at Gamble Montessori. Special thanks to Mary Dudley and her students, as well as volunteers from Hamilton County Planning  + Development and the Mill Creek Alliance Green Corps.

Learn about Local Stream Health

Check out the StreamBank Database - a central repository website for water quality monitoring data in our region:


Get Involved with the Watershed Action Team:

We invite you to attend one of our action team meetings, a local clean-up or recreation event, or join a water quality monitoring group. For more information contact one of the Watershed Action Team chairs:

Emily Imhoff (Cincinnati Museum Center)

Matt Wooten (Northern Kentucky Sanitation District 1)

Meetings are held on the first Friday of each month from 9:30 - 11:00 am.

Hamilton County Environmental Services
250 William Howard Taft Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Conference Rooms A – C

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