Driving Trail of Souther Ohio

Appalachian Discovery Birding & Heritage Trail

Our Sponsors. . .

Planning Adams County's Tomorrow-This grassroots citizenís forum was formed to try and capture what this county needs in terms of the economy, community and the environment to proceed into the twenty-first century. In a process of community consensus it developed a vision: In the year 2020, Adams County is recognized for its abundant natural resources, innovative and compatible economic opportunities, proud Appalachian heritage, preserved rural landscape and well-educated, healthy, employed residents. The forum has begun to attack the challenges, specifically in the tourism compatible economic development arena. Our funding sources have been The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Department of Development, Foundation for Appalachian Ohio and county commissioners. Donna Sue Groves, President 937-549-2131

The Nature Conservancy-The mission of TNC is to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. With chapters in all 50 states, TNC operates the largest system of privately owned nature preserves in the world. Pete Whan, Director of Community-based Conservation,3223 Waggoner Riffle Rd. West Union, OH, 45693
phone: 937-544-2188
pwhan@tnc.org

Ohio Arts Council-The Ohio Arts Council is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally and economically. Donna Sue Groves, Field Coordinator, Ohio Arts Council Southern Field Office, P.O. Box 30
West Union, OH 45693
phone: 937-549-2131
donnasue.groves@oac.state.oh.us
www.oac.state.oh.us

Other Sponsors

General Motors
The Nature Conservancy
Audubon Ohio
The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio
Cedar Works
LPK
Ohio Arts Council

 

 

 

 

 

Click here for a printable copy of Division of Wildlife's Birding Checklist.

   
 

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