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State grant to fund ditch restoration at Sylvan Prairie
The Olander Park System was awarded an Ohio Environmental Protection Agency grant to cover the cost of a restoration project at Sylvan Prairie Park. The park system will receive $146,000 from the state to restore three ditches and the banks to its natural environment. The funds will cover all but $500 of the cost of the project. Park associate Melanie Coulter said, “There are sections of the ditch in Sylvan Prairie that are not natural. They have farm fields growing up to the edge of them. So it is in need of trees and plants.”
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