Newsletters and Studies

  • Spring 2021 (PDF)
    Village at Willow Brook Stream Habitat Restoration
    FLOW Volunteers of the Season: Zach Fisher and Samir Jain
  • Fall 2020 (PDF)
    Preserving the Sawmill Wetlands Educational Area
    FLOW 2020 Recap
    Education and Outreach Working to Meet the Needs of Families During At-Home Learning
    COVID and FLOW
    FLOW Autumn 2020 Vollunteer: Lindalee Brownstein
  • Spring 2020 (PDF)
    A Partnership that Works
    FLOW Native Tree Nursery
    Revised Watershed Action Plan Expected This Summer
  • Fall 2019 (PDF)
    Greenspace Planning Tool Ready
    Winning the Invasives War at Perry and Snouffer Parks
    Blue Heron Award
    One Litte Thing (packaging waste)
  • Spring 2019 (PDF)
    From Pavement to Green Space: Hamilton STEM Academy
    Tackling Olentangy Trail Flooding
    Kempton Run’s New Habitat
    One Little Thing (leave dried plants standing)
  • Fall 2018 (PDF)
    The Future of Olentangy Watershed Greenspace
    Restoring Slyh Run
    Anheuser-Busch’s Landscaping Makeover
    One Little Thing (raking leaves)
  • Spring 2018 (PDF)
    Saving Carmack Woods
    Rush Run: A Gem in the Rough
    One Little Thing (plastic straws)
  • Fall 2017 (PDF)
    20 Years of Progress
    Webster Park
    Greenspace Planning Grant
    Beauty and the Butterflies
  • Spring 2017 (pdf)
    Pollinator Pathways
    Recycling Survey
    Why Trees Matter
    Blueprint Columbus
    Stream Quality Monitoring
  • Fall 2016 (PDF)
    Anheuser Busch’s Vision for Rush Run
    Calling all Wet Basements
    Chemical Abstracts Riverbank Upgrade
    Back to School River Cleanup
    Measuring Stream Health
    Coffee Pods made Useful
    On the Slyh
  • Spring 2016 (PDF)
    Love your Urban Trees
    When Plants Go Bad
    Going Batty
    Life Cycle of a Cigarette Butt
    Rain Gardens
  • Fall 2015 (PDF)
    Shady Doings in Linden
    Small Beads, Big Trouble
    Healthy Ponds Ahead
    Anheuser-Busch River Cleanup
    Taking PRIDE in our River
    My Favorite River Spot
    Our Volunteers: Changing the Watershed
  • Spring 2015 (PDF)
    A Fund for FLOW’s Future
    Coming Attractions
    Solving the Plastic Bags Dilemma
    The Transformation of Clinton-Como Park
    My Favorite River Spot
    Linden to Become Leafier
    Trees for Mom…or for Others
  • Summer 2014 (PDF)
    Adopt your Pond for a Cleaner Olentangy River
    Big Spring Tree Planting at Ohio School for the Deaf
    5th Ave. Dam Removal – a New Beginning
    New Butterfly Gardens at Worthington Hills and Clinton Como Park
    Urban Rainscapes!
  • Fall 2013 (PDF)
    Olentangy River Water Trail to Make a Splash this Fall
    Sustainable Stormwater Management Comes to Weiland Park
    Olentangy River Restoration Continues
    Worthington Canoe Access Invites Paddlers to the Olentangy
  • Spring 2013 (PDF)

Additional Studies, Updates and News of the Olentangy River