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"Tire King Challenge" ends Sept. 30
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Bryan Wolf of RRT will be the next Tire King!

We're talkin' TRASH! The summer long Little Miami River Sweep challenge between Bryan Wolf of Roads, Rivers, and Trails, and Mark Bersani of Loveland Canoe and Kayak ends Sept. 30th. Both are claiming the coveted title of "Tire King of the Little Miami State and National Scenic River." It's all for a good cause - pulling the most tires out of the river to keep it clean for all to enjoy while supporting two great non-profits. Stay tuned for details to raise a celebratory pint on Oct. 27th and find out who will be the next Tire King of the Little Miami State and National Scenic River.


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Bryan Wolf benefits Little Miami Conservancy

Mark Bersani benefits Adventure Crew


Online Auction to benefit the Little Miami Conservancy

Auction live from April 14-30.

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Restoring and protecting habitat along the Little Miami State and National Scenic River

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LMC Hanshaw Wetland Nature Preserve

Thanks to support from a Clean Ohio grant LMC was able to purchase 90 acres along

the Little Miami River in Greene County earlier this year. The 90 acres is now protected as LMC's 121st nature preserve. The first phase of restoration began this fall and will continue over the next several years. To date we have removed nearly 200 tires, over 6 tons of metal and debris, and treated over 5 acres for non-native invasive species.


Our Mission
To provide the
leadership, resources, 
and public engagement necessary to restore
 and protect the
Little Miami State and National Scenic Rive


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