Date(s) - 01/11/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Oakleaf Village of Columbus
Presentation: Ohio has one of the oldest scenic river programs in the nation, established in 1968. But what makes a river “scenic?” Find out with central Ohio scenic river program manager Heather Doherty. Learn about the program, what makes these rivers special, plus plants and animals that you are likely to encounter along Ohio streams
Presenter: Heather Doherty
Heather has worked in river conservation and environmental education for twenty years. She is from Ohio and received a B.A. in biology from Kenyon College. Prior to joining ODNR as the manager of the Scenic Rivers Program’s central region in 2016, she directed the Kenyon CollegeBrown Family Environmental Center, and worked as a Watershed Coordinator for the Friends ofAlum Creek & Tributaries.