Now’s the Time to Be “Well” Educated! Presentation November 3rd

Approximately 45 percent of Ohioans and nearly all (98 percent!) of Geauga County residents rely on groundwater wells to provide a constant supply of clean, safe drinking water. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to become “well” educated by learning more about Geauga County’s groundwater resources and ways to monitor and maintain your well to safeguard your home’s drinking water supply.  The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District, Geauga Public Health, Geauga County Water Resources, our NPDES Phase 2 Communities, and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency are collaborating to present “Well Educated: A Deeper Look at Groundwater and Well Maintenance” on Wednesday, November 3rd from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Geauga County Public Library Administrative Center (12701 Ravenwood Drive, Chardon, Ohio 44024).  Free and open to the public, this program will feature an overview of groundwater in Geauga County, our role in maintaining water wells, the importance of testing, and helpful resources that are available.  Don’t miss your chance to learn from local resource professionals and take the first important steps toward groundwater protection.

Thanks to financial assistance from a Dominion/Western Reserve Land Conservancy Watershed Mini Grant, the first 60 Geauga County residents who register and attend this program will also be eligible to receive a free total coliform bacteria drinking water test!  (Limited quantity, one per household, some restrictions apply.)  Reservations are required due to limited seating and the deadline to register is Tuesday, November 2nd.  We will continue to follow current state guidelines for COVID-19 safety.  Masks are highly recommended and if you are not fully vaccinated, please wear a mask.

To register visit  For more information, contact Gail Prunty at or 440-834-1122. 


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