Dayton River Clean-up
Our SKH Quest Center Dayton team took part in the July 9 & 10, 2011 Little Miami Riverkeepers 10th annual clean-sweep weekend. To-Shin Do warriors got to practice their cutting, lifting, and in-water action skills in community service on the Little Miami for two hours following Saturday classes.
The Little Miami River is Ohio’s first state designated scenic river, a title from back in the 1960s. Natural debris and man-made junk gathers to block water flow, and invasive plants like honeysuckle, grapevine, and Canada thistle choke out strong tree growth on the riparian corridor. The annual clean-sweep is one way to tackle those problems.
An-shu Stephen and Rumiko received a letter of appreciation from former Ohio first lady Hope Taft, a neighboring resident on the river and popular LMRiverkeeper organizer, saluting the SKH Quest group for their volunteer service along the banks of the river just east of Bellbrook.
May I have a high resolution picture with the group? It is rare to get good pictures of Wallace.
Hi! my wife and I have been coming to your place for a while agree the river is gourrogs and your service is great. We’re wondering if you know about when the colors start changing? When they’d be at their best? We’d like to take our first fall trip with you thiis year. Thanks, Dave