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The Scenic Scioto Trail, Inc. is pleased to announce the new Ohio & Erie Canal "Southern Descent" Heritage Trail Kickoff Events for each of the designated canal lock areas to the public. Featuring canal experts and special guests speaking on the importance of Ohio's canals and lock systems in our transportation history. 


Thursday, Sept. 2nd in West Porstmouth at Canal Lock 50  3-6pm

          1120 Galena Pike, W. Portsmouth, OH 45663

Sunday, Sept. 5th in Groveport - Heritage Park & Lock 22  Noon to 4pm

          551 Wirt Rd. Groveport, OH 43125

Saturday, Sept. 25th in the Village of Lockbourne at Locke Meadows Park. 2-6pm

         154 Commerce St. Lockbourne, OH 43137

Saturday, Oct. 2nd in Circleville at Canal Park. Noon to 3pm

         23352 Canal Rd. Circleville, OH 43113

Saturday, Oct. 9th in Carroll at Lockville Canal Park. 5-7pm

         5895 Pickerington Rd. Carroll, OH 43112





Attention all Kroger Plus Card Holders!

Rediscover Lockbourne would like to thank everyone who registered their Kroger Plus card as a RDL supporter. Kroger’s Community Rewards Program contributes a percentage of sales from the transactions our supporters make with their registered Kroger Plus card.

An Easy Way to Support Rediscover Lockbourne – Through Your Kroger Rewards Card!





Stormwater Awareness information


Experts believe that almost 70% of the pollution in our rivers and lakes is carried there by stormwater runoff. Stormwater can also cause erosion and flooding. Water contaminated with sediment and pollution takes more money to treat before it can be used for drinking water.

How can you get involved?

  • Attend or set-up a socially distanced community or neighborhood clean-up (litter, streams, stormwater ponds, etc)

  • Clear storm-drains of leaf debris in your neighborhood

  • Plant native trees & plants in your garden or with a local community group

  • Install or DIY a rain barrel to catch stormwater runoff

  • Build a rain garden on your property

  • Attend an educational workshops or tours (residents/businesses/contractors)

  • Check the weather report before applying fertilizer to your lawn or any oil or chemicals to driveways and sidewalks. This will protect the environment and your pocketbook.

  • Make sure lawns have 3-4 inches of topsoil under the grass. This will reduce runoff, as well as make lawns easier to maintain.

  • Always pick up and properly dispose of pet waste

  • Businesses can participate too! Visit


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