Stories by Maggie Corder

Remember, we all live downstream

Thursday, October 25, 2012

If you live along a waterway, no matter what the size, consider the importance of the backyard stream you have the privilege to care for.

The formation of a watershed group helped save eastern Ohio resources

Thursday, August 4, 2011

With its natural beauty and high water quality, Yellow Creek watershed is one of eastern Ohio’s best kept secrets. Encompassing 234 square miles, it flows through Jefferson, Carroll, and Columbiana counties, and a small portion of Harrison County before entering the Ohio River near Hammondsville. Yellow Creek lies east of the Flushing Escarpment, the drainage […]


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About Maggie

Maggie Corder has worked at the Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District for five years. As a coordinator working under the ODNR watershed grant program, she is currently preparing a watershed action plan to address impairments in Yellow Creek. She can be reached at