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Friends of Alum Creek and Tributaries (F.A.C.T.)

The Friends of Alum Creek and Tributaries (F.A.C.T.) are a local Central Ohio watershed-based nonprofit group dedicated to finding ways to "preserve and protect the Alum Creek as a natural area while providing citizen access for environmentally responsible recreation, educational opportunity and citizen enjoyment at many levels".
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KRLC, Capital University
Columbus , OH 43209
Contact Person: Heather Doherty
Phone: (614)236-6455
E-Mail: doherty@friendsofalumcreek.org
Website: http://www.friendsofalumcreek.org

Detailed Information:
FACT focuses on making a local environmental difference within the Alum Creek river watershed-- a mostly urban/suburban drainage area of some 189 square miles below the State Park Reservoir Dam in Delaware and Franklin Counties (Westerville, Columbus, and Bexley) of Ohio.

Members meet monthly and a quarterly newsletter is published; the group's website describes current activities. A major project involves sponsoring the development and implementation of a public Watershed Action Plan to address threats to the river's water quality (under the goals of the Clean Water Act).

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