Pipe Creek Report Card

Pipe Creek Report Card

The primary objective of this project is to collate data, review indicators and synthesize both to effectively report the health of Pipe Creek. Pipe Creek is a small tributary to Sandusky Bay on the south-central shore of Lake Erie. The Pipe Creek watershed is largely developed by a combination of urban and agricultural land uses. Pipe Creek is best known for its 97 acre State Wildlife Area located at the mouth of Pipe Creek, which was constructed in the early 1990s as a mitigation site for wetlands destroyed by development elsewhere. Existing ecological data collected by government and local community groups from Pipe Creek and its watershed, provide an excellent platform to develop an annual report card that acts to synthesize, interpret and disseminate this information. Ultimately, the ODNR would like to use this process to improve community and management awareness and understanding of the status of Pipe Creek.

 

Key Personnel

Caroline Donovan
Program Manager
Alexandra Fries
Program Manager
Heath Kelsey
Program Director

Timeframe

  • Start: 2012-04-02
  • Finish: 2014-03-31
  • Duration: 1 years, 11 months