MISSION STATEMENT

To provide leadership for the conservation and enhancement of the Sandusky River watershed and its natural resources through community-based planning, education and action.

What is a Watershed?

A watershed is an area of land that drains to a common location.  A watershed can vary in size, they can represent the area draining to a small stream to the entire area draining to an ocean.  See the diagram below.


Reference provided by: http://www.depweb.state.pa.us/justforkids

Everyone lives in a watershed.  Do you know which watershed you live in?  Provided below is a map of the Sandusky River Watershed and its subwatersheds.  If you live in the Sandusky River Watershed - Can you find the sub-watershed you live in?

 

Subwatersheds of the Sandusky Watershed by 11-digit Hydrologic Unit Codes (HUC):

010 - Muddy Creek

020 - Sandusky River - Bucyrus

030 - Broken Sword

040 - Sandusky River - Upper Sandusky

050 - Tymochtee - headwaters

060 - Tymochtee - Lower

070 - Sandusky River - Mexico

080 - Honey Creek

090 - Sandusky River - Tiffin

100 - Wolf Creek

110 - Green Creek

120 - Sandusky River - Fremont

130 - South Shore - West

140 - South Shore - East

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