Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all in person events and meetings are subject to change based on current state and local directives until further notice! We will do our best to provide as much advance notice of changes to events as we can. We hope everyone stays safe!
2020 Sandusky River Clean Sweep
We have contingencies plans in place to still hold the event given the uncertainty and variability of the Covid-19 pandemic guidelines. We will be sure to notify anyone that registers of changes to the event and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to follow the most recent guidelines. The event may look a little different this year, but we still want to get out there and clean up as much trash from the river as we can!
2020 SRWC and Blanchard River Watershed Partnership Joint Photo Contest
We had some awesome entries for this years contest! Thank you to everyone that participated. We are planning to do a contest again next year, so we hope you will be able to participate.
Past Brews and News Events
Storm Drain Stenciling
We had our first drain stenciling event on March 7th with the Tiffin Columbian JV softball team. We marked around 20 drains around the high school and middle school are of Tiffin. They were a great group to work with and we appreciate their help spreading awareness about proper drain use! If you are interested in hosting a Lake Erie Starts Here street drain stenciling event in your area please contact us.
Annual Sandusky River Trail Run
At the 2019 event we had 40 participants and raised over $1000 for the SRWC! Thank you to all of our participants, volunteers, and sponsors.
Sponsor: Bailiwick’s Coffee, National Machinery Foundation, Aqua, Ag Credit, Sunrise Cooperative and Seneca County Park District.
2019 Tiffin Area Clean Sweep
We had 60 volunteers for the 2019 Tiffin Clean Sweep! We removed about 4 cubic yards of trash and 341 lbs of scrap metal. Thank you to all involved!!
2019 Fremont Area Clean Sweep
June 8, 2019 at Rodger Young Park
We had 20 volunteers and managed to fill a pickup truck and Gator with trash! The water was too high to get in, but we still cleaned along the floodwall from Rodger Young Park through downtown Fremont.