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Posted: January 7, 2021
Got water info?
Whether you’re looking to learn more about the region’s water or searching for specific water information, the answers may be a click away.
Miami Conservancy District (MCD) offers easy-to-access fact sheets, videos, live water data, reports and infographics—all about water—on our website www.mcdwater.org. We have resources for river users, well owners, scientists, city/county staff, and someone just learning about rivers and groundwater.
Are you local government staff or an elected official? Read case studies of how MCD has helped cities, counties, and other organizations.
Are you a scientist looking for in-depth research studies and reports? We track and report on groundwater quality and quantity, nutrient and biological conditions in rivers, and other water trends.
Are you a private well owner looking for information and guidance about testing your well? We help sponsor Test Your Well events and provide testing information. (Please test your well regularly.)
Looking for specific details on rivers and their condition? You can download infographics about the major rivers and streams in our region and their conditions. You can also access live data on rivers and groundwater.
Interested in recreation and want to know if the water is safe? Find out more about bacteria levels and high-water levels by clicking here and here.
Read about 10 easy things you can do around your home or business to protect our region’s water resources.
Want to become actively involved with water? Try volunteering for the annual river trash clean-up days and attend the quarterly meeting of water stakeholders.
And don’t forget our 2-minute videos about our region’s water. Share them with your friends and family!
Our Region’s Water – What it means for our health and our economy
Where do we get our water from in the Miami Valley?
Changing Weather Patterns – What you need to know for the future
Be Water Wise – Things you can do to protect our Rivers and Streams
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Let us help you access the information you need/want whether you’re just beginning to take an interest in water or are a water expert.
Happy New Year!