Bob Evans Fundraising Event

Help the Sandusky River Watershed Raise funds to continue Water Quality Improvement Efforts

Visit the Bucyrus, Fremont, Tiffin, and/or Upper Sandusky Bob Evans Restaurants

August 5, 2015

6:00 am - 9:00 pm

Present the flier provided below and the Sandusky River Watershed Coalition will recieve 15% of your sale to assist in the continuing efforts of planning, educating, and  implementing water quality improvements within the watershed.


Hope to see you there!



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:

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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