WHIO-TV's Steve Baker recently featured Grand Lake St.
Construction of a facility that will turn manure into electricity will begin later this year in Celina, according to a recent interview on WCSM Radio with Celina Planning and Community Development
Wright State University Lake Campus Professor Dr. Robert Hiskey explains the effort to improve the water quality of Grand Lake St.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has issued the following press release:
Friends of the LIA have uploaded a video of an Airy Gator, designed to churn and oxygynate water. These units are being used around Grand Lake to help improve the water quality.
Article originally published in The Mercer County Outlook
A trio of are summer camps promise to teach kids about wildlife and conservation, all while having tons of fun at low costs. The annual Harbor Point 4-H camp will be held in two...
Efforts to clean Grand Lake St.