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Tuesday, 24 November 2015 08:43

Great Miami River Cleanup

Beginning as a small stream that exits Indian Lake from the south, the Great Miami River meanders through seven southwest Ohio Counties and a small portion of southeast Indiana, as it makes its 170 mile journey to the Ohio River. The river’s drainage basin, or watershed, covers 5,385 mi.2 (~14,000 km2) and drains all or parts of 15 counties.
There are more than 6,600 miles of rivers and streams in the Great Miami River Watershed. There are at least 285 named streams within the watershed, including the Still Water River, Mad River, Whitewater River, Twin Creek, Wolf Creek, and Four Mile Creek.


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