State provides grants to 13 wetland projects that benefit the Ohio River and its tributaries

The River (seen below) and its tributaries will certainly benefit from 13 wetland projects moneyed by the Ohio River Basin Ohio H20 Wetlands Grant Program.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The of is granting $ 5 million in grants to thirteen wetland remediation projects in eleven Ohio areas, consisting of Medina and Mahoning, via the Ohio River Basin H2Ohio Wetland Grant Program, revealed by Governor Mike DeWine in July.

The program deals grants of up to $ 500,000 for wetland projects that “address nutrient contamination and boost water high quality in the River and its tributaries,” stated a brand-new declaration from Governor Mike DeWine and Mary Mertz, Ohio supervisor Department of Natural Resources.

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