Great Miami River Watershed
The Great Miami River watershed is located in southwestern Ohio. It drains a total of 3,802 square miles and flows through all or part of 15 counties. Major municipalities partially or fully in the watershed include Dayton, Springfield, Sidney, and Cincinnati and some its suburbs.
The eastern portion of the watershed is a mixture of urban development and agricultural land uses such as cultivated crops. The northern portion of the watershed is predominantly comprised of cultivated crops. The southern portion of the watershed is predominantly comprised of pasture and hay lands, with some cultivated crops and pockets of urban development and forest.
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