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Butler SWCD at the Fair 

Below you will find the information we had on display at the 2022 Butler County Fair. Feel free to explore all of our resources on this page and on our website. 


Butler SWCD
Annual Meeting

Tuesday, August 23, 6 - 8 pm

At Pohlman Lanes, 945 Pyramid Hill Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45013

RSVPs are encouraged to allow us to plan accordingly. Please call 513-887-3720 or email


Kids Crafts Book
  • Cow Cups

  • Handprint Farm Animals

  • Animal Plates

  • Clay Pot Butterfly Puddler 

  • Life Cycles

  • Scavenger Hunt 

For Teachers

Schedule a free, in-class presentation from Butler SWCD. Find out more...

Arts & Crafts
Aerial View of Farm


Cover Crop Field Day

August 20, 2022, 9 am - 12 noon
At Butler SWCD

1802 Princeton Road, Hamilton, OH 45011

More Information and Registration: Contact Brady Smith by email or 513-785-6663.


BEST Volunteer Events

Be one of the BEST and join Butler Soil and Water for Volunteer Stewardship Saturdays. Throughout the coming months, we plan to remove honeysuckle, label storm drains, clean up a stream,  and collect stream biology samples. We have volunteer events that are suitable for all ages, and can sign volunteer paperwork for students.

Find out about how to become one of the BEST.

Trash Pick-Up
River Cleanup

Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River will take place n Saturday, September 17, 2022. Find a location near you and sign up at

Butler County Stream Team

Stream Team is a citizen science group who collect, analyze and report water quality data from many waterways in Butler County. To find out more about volunteering or what our volunteers get up to, please visit

Backyard Conservation

Virtual Backyard Wildlife Workshop 

August 1 from 7 pm

  • Landscape light pollution

  • Meet the bats, moths, & other nocturnal wildlife 

  • Secretive flying squirrels

Meeting ID: 989 4509 3435

Password: 211392



Back Yard

Water Quality

Back Yard
Get Hooked on Stream Health Workshop 

August 3, 6 - 8 pm

​At Sebald (Elk Creek) Metropark

5580 Elk Creek Rd, Middletown, OH 45042

Learn about the many species of fish found in local creeks, the join us in the creek to learn how to use a fish seine.

Participants should expect to be about knee deep in the creek (deeper than most regular rubber boots).

This workshop is for adults and teenagers (Age 12 and over).

More Information and Registration:  Contact Ashlee Widener at 513-785-6664 or by email

Water Quality


Butler SWCD

  • Who We Are

  • Annual Meeting 

  • Newsletter - Election Edition 

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