Seeking Executive Director

The B-W Greenway Community Land Trust is currently seeking a part-time Executive Director. The Executive Director will report directly to the Board of Trustees. Compensation: $20 per hour for approximately 30-36 hours per month.  Details at https://bwgreenway.org/executive-director. Interested applicants should submit a resume, references, and a statement of why they are interested in this position to bobjurick3@gmail.com by Fri, July 27, 2018  (this announcement is being reissued due to technical difficulties with email routing)

B-W Greenway is a private, non-profit organization that actively works to conserve land by undertaking or assisting in land conservation easement acquisition and by stewardship of such land or easements. Its mission is to protect and restore the land and water resources between the Beaver Creek and Wenrick Wetlands while balancing human needs with those of the natural environment.

 

 

134 Acres Added to B-W Greenway

134 Acres Added to B-W Greenway

After lots of hard work led by our own Bob Jurick and Steve Carne, we recently closed on a new conservation easement with Clark County.134 acres on the Clark County Well Field property roughly at the corner of I-675 and I-70 will be preserved from development and will only allow the possibility of a future well site on a small portion of the site if Clark County wishes to do so.

Ribbon Cut at the Valle View Wetland

Ribbon Cut at the Valle View Wetland

After a lot of hard work, the Valle View Wetlands are now officially open.  Members of City Council, The Park Board and other representatives were on hand for the ribbon cutting and a walking tour by Nancy Bain.  Bob Jurick and Eric Sauer represented BW Greenway.  Please stop by for a great quarter mile walk and see the flora and fauna as well as the permeable parking lot.  The parking lot is located just north of the Fifth Third Bank Branch right at the North East corner of I-675 and Dayton–Yellow Springs Road