Protecting our rivers.
Supporting our economy.
Rivers Unlimited is the Ohio statewide group created by citizens to protect and restore our rivers. We're the oldest in the nation, founded in 1972.
We work to restore, maintain and improve the 61,000 miles of rivers and streams in the state. The condition of our river waters and corridors affects our economy, our health, our environment, our quality of life, the value of our property and the sustainability of our communities.
Protected natural rivers are vital to all of us. We will work with you to investigate, research, and collaborate on ways to support and care for the river in your community.
Call of the Scenic River...
Call of the Scenic River: An Ohio Journey is the story of Ohio's most natural waterways. Although few people realize that Ohio was the first state to declare a Scenic Rivers Program in March of 1968, Ohio's program continues to lead river conservation because of it's respect of private property, it's commitment to designating the most ecologically intact systems, and its popular volunteer opportunities. Filmed by Ohio cinematographers, Mike King and Adam White, with underwater footage by Tom Mayor, - alumni of Wright State University's Motion Picture Program - the film captures the stunning and natural beauty of these watershed eco-systems. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Rivers Unlimited, the nation's oldest river conservation organization. Watch the movie trailer on YouTube- Call of the Scenic River: An Ohio Journey- Video Trailer
For more information about screenings and purchasing options please visit the Call of the Scenic River page.
Great Miami River Watershed
Citizens' Water Quality Monitoring
For more information or to volunteer contact Lisa: email@example.com