The Clean Ohio Fund is a $400 million state bond initiative first approved by Ohio voters in 2000 and overwhelmingly renewed in all 88 counties in 2008. A public-private partnership, it restores, protects and connects Ohio's natural and urban areas by preserving green space and farmland, improving outdoor recreation and cleaning up brownfields for redevelopment.
All 88 counties have received funding and benefitted from the Clean Ohio Fund. This important state investment has:
Places to Visit
The Clean Ohio Fund has funded more than 700 projects, so it's likely there's one to visit near your neighborhood. Here are some of our favorites:
The Nature Conservancy and partner organizations are seeking $52 million in conservation bonds in spring 2013:
April 19, 2013