December 4th, 9-11 a.m.

Location: 1019 Sand Rd. Fremont 43420

Don’t let clean water divide our community! All are welcome to…


  • Learn about what farms and cities are doing from Conservation Districts, OEPA, and Sewer Plant Operators

  • Equip yourself with tips and skills to talk about what you are doing on your farm, lot, or business

  • Discuss what can be done in the future

  • See what happens behind the scenes at Fremont’s new sewer plant


Light refreshments are provided!


RSVP to Jake Boehler at (419) 448-2054 or

To unite in listening, articulating, and understanding for a stronger community and cleaner river, come to this conversation on nutrient management in the Sandusky River Watershed.




About Kayla Moore

I have always been interested in how the different components of a system interact and affect one another. Being from a rural area and recognizing the importance of farming and the soil I was drawn to the idea of working with people who were involved in agriculture, conservation, and solving the problems in the lake. I like learning about and being involved in the many different aspects of conservation and getting to know the people of Seneca County.

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