Dayton Daily News - by Nancy Bowman - BETHEL TWP., Miami County — When Paul and Tanya Kroger decided to give back to the community, they saw the Miami County Park District as the perfect vehicle for their gift.

The fruits of their generosity were unveiled in mid-September at the district’s Charleston Fall Preserve with the dedication of the Dr. Paul and Tanya Kroger Legacy Grove.

Piqua Daily Call Full Article By Cody Willoughby

TROY — Lost Creek Reserve served as host to over 400 participating FFA students on Wednesday during this year’s District 5 FFA Soils Career Development Event.

The event attracted participants from 34 school districts in Auglaize, Darke, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Shelby counties.

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First grade students from Concord Elementary School in Troy visited the Miami County Park District Stillwater Prairie on Friday to hike and learn about pollinators.

Piqua Daily Call Article by Cody Willoughby. Photos by Mike Ullery.

TROY — Lost Creek Reserve served as host to over 400 participating FFA students on Wednesday during this year’s District 5 FFA Soils Career Development Event.

The event attracted participants from 34 school districts in Auglaize, Darke, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Shelby counties.

by Mike Ullery - The annual corn maze is ready for visitors at the Miami County Park District Lost Creek Reserve. The maze, sponsored by the Miami County Farm Bureau, will be open to the public during the park’s Fall Farm Festival on October 15. The maze is available for use by private groups by calling the Park District Office at 937-335-6273.

By Cody Willoughby — The Miami County Park District held its annual Hug the Earth School Festival for the 22nd year this week, beginning Tuesday, May 8. This marks the fifth year that Stillwater Prairie Reserve has hosted the event.

article by Sam Wildlow  PIQUA — The Miami County Parks District visited fourth-grade students at Piqua Central Intermediate School on Wednesday and Thursday, teaching the students about weathering and prepping them for their participation in the Hug the Earth Festival later this spring.

The lessons from the parks district aligned with the school’s fourth grade science curriculum in regard to different types of weathering.

It's always a great time to go birding in Ohio. Follow this link to useful information provided by Ohio Department of Natural Resources and then visit one of your 15 Miami County Parks and see what birds you can spot.

 

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Bird Watching