Through invasive species removal, native plantings, and barrier removals, Ohio River Foundation creates more climate change resilient habitats.
Interested in supporting our work? Do you need to implement a habitat restoration project? Ohio River Foundation works with private and public landowners to implement and manage their projects, as well as provide assistance in obtaining project funding. Fund a project.
Invasive Species Removal
Our work removing these harmful plants enhances the habitat for native flora and fauna and improves water quality.Learn More
Native plantings in riparian areas and floodplains improve the habitat for wildlife, help prevent erosion and keep the waterway cleaner.Learn More
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Ohio River Valley CISMA
Ohio River Foundation is spearheading the Ohio River Valley Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA), a coalition of nonprofit organizations, agencies and businesses working to control and remove invasive species in a 22-county area in the Ohio River Valley.