Citizens Against Mining

The CAM Annual Meeting with Dave Nolin, Former Conservation Director, Five Rivers Metro Parks, Retired 2015.

Monday, April 15 at 6pm, Greenon Elementary School Cafe

Marsh Marigolds Bloom in the Culbertson Fen April, 2024

“Ohio is blessed with an abundance of water, and under the right circumstances could become an economic powerhouse, but only if this resource is cared for and not squandered.”

Gary Beeber Film, Water

Mad River Township’s Two Fens, Ten Thousand Years in the Making.

Video by C. Culbertson

A fen takes 10,000 years to form with its rock and water connections, groundwater seeps, bedrock springs and cold water creeks. Ponder that! 10,000 years to form and Enon Sand & Gravel can destroy them in a day.

Learn how the quarry is a threat to your water. Click here.

Further reading, The Terran Report. Click here.

How safe is your house if flyrock traveling at 400 miles an hour landed a distance of 1,836 feet from the proposed limestone quarry in Mad River Township? How far away is your property line from Enon Sand & Gravel’s property line? To read Carol’s story about the CAM board members and flyrock, click here!

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