2014 AOA Year in Review Now Available

Thanks to your support 2014 was another successful year for land and water conservation. To catch up on our progress check out our most recent Year in Review. If you would like to receive a hard copy via mail, please contact Marcia Jeffrey at mjeffreyaoa@gmail.com.

2014 Year in Review
2014 Year In Review

Steve Goodwin recognized with Wildlife Conservationist Award from the League of Ohio Sportsmen

The presentation will take place this Saturday at the League of Ohio Sportsmen/Ohio Wildlife Federation Convention Conservation Awards Banquet in Columbus. The League presents the Wildlife Conservationist award each year to an Ohio resident “for outstanding achievement contributing to effective management, control, restoration, or replenishment of wildlife resources in Ohio”.

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Steve Goodwin recognized with Wildlife Conservationist Award

AOA honored with prestigious Conservation Achievement Award from the Ohio Environmental Council Saturday at their annual Green Gala.

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Appalachia Ohio Alliance is dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of our land and water as sustainable natural resources that are an asset and a legacy for our community

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Upcoming Events

Mar
8
Sun
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Workshop
Mar 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Help protect our iconic Hemlock forests which are at risk from the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid If you are concerned about the health of the forests [...]
Mar
21
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Waterloo Hike
Mar 21 all-day
Mar
28
Sat
Vernal Pool Hike at Trimble Community Forest
Mar 28 @ 1:00 pm
Join us as we ramble through AOA’s 1,200-acre Trimble Community Forest and learn about vernal pools. Located near the community of Glouster, this large preserve [...]

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Testimonials

When we consider what it took to create this landscape, we must also consider what we can do to insure that future generations will also be able to marvel at its beauty.
Paul Knoop
The scenic views, diversity of plants and wildlife, and quiet times in the country will all be enhanced by the security of knowing that things can stay this way into the future.
Larry R. Menchhofer

Latest News

AOA Land Protection Specialist Recognized

February 16th, 2015|Comments Off

AOA Honored with Prestigious Conservation Achievement Award

November 16th, 2014|Comments Off

Pickaway County farmland will revert to the wild as Bartley Preserve

August 3rd, 2014|Comments Off

AOA Supports Permanence of Conservation Easement Tax Deduction

July 17th, 2014|Comments Off