Part Riverwalk; Part Great Beer

100% celebrating nature and clean rivers What better way to spend a spring Saturday than enjoying nature and then downing a great local brew?  Explore the many faces of Columbus’s Clinton-Como Park, followed by some quality local brews, from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, April...

Attracting Wildlife to Your Property

Attracting Wildlife Emilee R. Hardesty, Private Lands Biologist with Ohio DNR Division of Wildlife, discussed changes you can make to attract pollinators to your yard spoke at the March 2017 FLOW public meeting. Many pollinators are in decline, but there are simple...

Where and How to Fish the Olentangy River

Fishing the Olentangy Slides Central Ohio native Michael Merz has been fishing since he was 8 years old. His mantra is “Think globally, fish locally!” A former officer of Ohio Smallmouth Alliance, Michael is a Wastewater Pretreatment Specialist for Columbus, where he...

Better Together: A Bridge to Cranbrook Elementary

                                         We're Almost There!  In the next 4 weeks we are hoping to fund this year long project to connect a community! Your gift will install a 52-foot-long fiberglass pedestrian bridge over Slyh Run, reconnecting the surrounding...

Windsor Linden Tree Planting Project

The Linden Township & Windsor Elementary tree planting will take place from 9:00 am until Noon on Saturday, April 21st. Volunteers will meet at: Rosewind Resident Center, 1400 Brooks Ave, Columbus, OH 43211 Be a part of this great community effort! LEARN MORE, get...

Webster Park History

by Lucy Caswell The area now known as the Webster Park subdivision was sold to Amason Webster (not “Amazon,” despite the street name) by the Rathbone heirs on May 29, 1846.  Webster’s daughter Orell inherited the land upon his death in 1900.  In 1909 she and her...

Twenty Years of Progress

FLOW has now had twenty years of organizing, planning, planting, measuring and otherwise looking after the quality and safety of the Olentangy River. You can see the results all around. Some of the important accomplishments: Completing the Watershed Action Plan - only...

Grow with the FLOW

  One of the many ways we are aiming to enhance the health of the Olentangy Watershed is through campaigning for the planting of trees. Our goal is to partner with the Olentangy Watershed community and have everyone planting and caring for trees. We will do this by...

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