News & Events




April 10, 2018

March precipitation

March brought an average of 3.71 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed — 0.57 inches above…(read more)



April 3, 2018

Looking for environmental leaders

Do you care about our region’s land and water resources? Learn how to help lead improvements to both, by applying for…(read more)



March 8, 2018

February precipitation

February brought an average of 5.35 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed — 3.11 inches above the monthly average…(read more)


March 1, 2018

You can’t see it, touch it or live without it

Groundwater may seem mysterious. You can’t see it. You can’t hear it. You can’t touch it. Yet, it may be the most important resource we have. Learn about some of the myths associated with groundwater as we celebrate National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 11-17…(read more)


February 25, 2018

MCD dams storing floodwaters

All Miami Conservancy District (MCD) dams are storing floodwaters after the region received an average of 1.8 inches of rain across the Great Miami River Watershed yesterday and…(read more)


February 9, 2018

January precipitation

January delivered an average of 2.62 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed — 0.07 inches below the monthly average. The high station was West Liberty (3.54 inches), and the low station was Fort Loramie (1.66 inches).


February 2, 2018

2017 in review: Another wet year

Last year was a wet one for the Miami Valley region, continuing a trend we’ve been seeing for a while…(read more)


January 9, 2018

December precipitation

December delivered an average of 1.57 inches of precipitation to the Great Miami River Watershed — 1.49 inches below…(read more)