Since its inception in the fall of 1999, AWARE has viewed water quality problems as a watershed responsibility and addressed issues on a watershed level. Viewing water quality as a watershed responsibility provides everyone with a sense of ownership, responsibility, and stewardship for improving and protecting water quality for everyone.
Connect with members of AWARE and learn about the watershed group, its mission and how you can become a watershed steward at a special evening meeting on Wednesday, September 23nd from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Boardman Township Government Center. The center is located at: 8299 Market Street, Boardman, Ohio 44512 .
AWARE is acronym for the Alliance for Watershed Action and Resource Education. We are a group of Mahoning County agencies and citizens who bring professional and personal knowledge of water quality management practices and partner together to provide technical assistance for improving the region’s water resources and residents.
AWARE is an alliance of stewards for the Mill Creek, Yellow Creek, and Meander Creek watersheds. We encourage green space preservation and restoration and enhancement of waterways by providing watershed education and technical resources for the community. Our vision is to be a proactive organization, regarded as a key resource for producing tangible water quality improvements on a watershed level.
Visit AWARE and stay connected through the following links: