Protecting Our Water Ways


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Mayor Kazy Hinds, Joe Wilson, and Mike Gutmann (left to right) make their way down the Great Miami in Piqua on Saturday picking up trash as part of the 2018 Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River organized by Jeff Lange, president and founder of Protect Our Water Ways (POWW). In addition to those traveling by canoe, several volunteers walked along the banks picking up trash. All debris was transported to a truck at the Piqua Boat & Ski Club ramp waiting to take it to the Miami County Transfer Station for recycling or disposal. The annual river cleanup through Troy, which was scheduled for last Friday, was changed to Aug. 10, due to rain.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Mayor Kazy Hinds, Joe Wilson, and Mike Gutmann (left to right) make their way down the Great Miami in Piqua on Saturday picking up trash as part of the 2018 Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River organized by Jeff Lange, president and founder of Protect Our Water Ways (POWW). In addition to those traveling by canoe, several volunteers walked along the banks picking up trash. All debris was transported to a truck at the Piqua Boat & Ski Club ramp waiting to take it to the Miami County Transfer Station for recycling or disposal. The annual river cleanup through Troy, which was scheduled for last Friday, was changed to Aug. 10, due to rain.


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Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Mayor Kazy Hinds, Joe Wilson, and Mike Gutmann (left to right) make their way down the Great Miami in Piqua on Saturday picking up trash as part of the 2018 Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River organized by Jeff Lange, president and founder of Protect Our Water Ways (POWW). In addition to those traveling by canoe, several volunteers walked along the banks picking up trash. All debris was transported to a truck at the Piqua Boat & Ski Club ramp waiting to take it to the Miami County Transfer Station for recycling or disposal. The annual river cleanup through Troy, which was scheduled for last Friday, was changed to Aug. 10, due to rain.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Mayor Kazy Hinds, Joe Wilson, and Mike Gutmann (left to right) make their way down the Great Miami in Piqua on Saturday picking up trash as part of the 2018 Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River organized by Jeff Lange, president and founder of Protect Our Water Ways (POWW). In addition to those traveling by canoe, several volunteers walked along the banks picking up trash. All debris was transported to a truck at the Piqua Boat & Ski Club ramp waiting to take it to the Miami County Transfer Station for recycling or disposal. The annual river cleanup through Troy, which was scheduled for last Friday, was changed to Aug. 10, due to rain.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2018/07/web1_072118mju_poww-1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Mayor Kazy Hinds, Joe Wilson, and Mike Gutmann (left to right) make their way down the Great Miami in Piqua on Saturday picking up trash as part of the 2018 Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River organized by Jeff Lange, president and founder of Protect Our Water Ways (POWW). In addition to those traveling by canoe, several volunteers walked along the banks picking up trash. All debris was transported to a truck at the Piqua Boat & Ski Club ramp waiting to take it to the Miami County Transfer Station for recycling or disposal. The annual river cleanup through Troy, which was scheduled for last Friday, was changed to Aug. 10, due to rain.

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