Prairie Ditch Restoration at Secor Park
Prairie Ditch Restoration at Secor Park: This 3,500-foot stretch of Prairie Ditch found within the Oak Openings region will see new instream and floodplain habitat for fish and benthos through regrading and dechannelization.
Wolf Creek Restoration at Oregon Recreational Complex
Wolf Creek Restoration at Oregon Recreational Complex: This project includes both streambank and floodplain restoration, which will improve conditions for fish and benthos while also intercepting agricultural drainage to reduce nonpoint source pollution.
The Maumee AOC Committee works toward fishable and swimmable waters in the Maumee Area of Concern and delisting the beneficial use impairments. The Committee is working towards all major restoration projects being completed by 2025, through collaboration of partners and volunteer opportunities by its facilitating organization, Partners for Clean Streams. The committee is made up of representatives from various organizations, citizens, businesses and non-government agencies to build long term solutions to the area’s water quality issues.