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Weed a school rain garden in West Chester

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • Spots available: 10+

What: We will weed the rain garden. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.

The rain garden and wet prairie were created due to flooding of this portion of the Mill Creek. They are designed to collect and store rain water running off of the parking lot and soccer fields, reducing the volume of water entering the creek. They were planted with native plants, but like most gardens is being over-run with weeds and invasive plants such as pear trees.

Who: Any age

When: We will begin at 6 pm, but you can join us when you can make it.

Where: The rain gardens are along the edge of the parking lot closest to Barrett Road.

Please bring: Water bottle. If you have gloves and tools, please bring them. We will have some to share. When I was out there last week, there were mosquitoes, so bug spray might be good.

We will bring: Water to refill bottles, extra gardening tools and gloves.

Questions: Contact Lynn White at lynn.white@bcohio.org

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About Butler SWCD


1802 Princeton Rd, Suite 300, Hamilton, OH 45011, US

Mission Statement

Butler Soil and Water Conservation District aims to provide strong technical and educational assistance to the landowners and residents of Butler County in the field of natural resources.


The Butler Soil and Water Conservation District is a subdivision of the state of Ohio, and is assisted by the Butler County Commissioners, the Ohio Soil & Water Conservation Commission, and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources through the Division of Soil and Water Resources.

Technical assistance for conservation practices is provided without charge by the Butler SWCD through the United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) personnel.

The objectives of the Butler SWCD include:

  1. Reduce soil erosion loss on both urban and agricultural lands.
  2. Improve water quality by serving as a resource base for water quality data and educating the public concerning storm water management and erosion control.
  3. To increase both the rural and urban communities' awareness of the value, need, and ways of conserving our natural resources.
  4. Promote woodland and wildlife management by local landowners.
  5. Conduct a strong informational and educational program in the schools and with the general public.
  6. Provide adequate funding, personnel and equipment to meet the future needs of district operations.


Animals, Environment


Wed Jul 17, 2024
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM


8300 Cox RoadWest Chester, OH 45069



  • Botany
  • Gardening


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • up to 2 hours
  • Long sleeves and pants are recommended.

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