Dearborn County Watersheds -

Hogan Creek
Hogan Creek flows from its headwaters in northeast Ripley County until it reaches its confluence with the Ohio River, just north of the town of Aurora. Several cities and towns are located within the watershed including: Moores Hill, Dillsboro, Manchester, Milan and Sunman.The watershed is roughly 82,000 acres, with approximately 63,000 acres in Dearborn County with the remaining acreage in Ripley County.Approximately 47% of the watershed is agricultural land, 50% is woodland, 2% is urban land, and theremaining 1% is water.
 
 
MISSION STATEMENT - "To create public awareness of watershed issues which results in responsible environmental actions"
 
VISION STATEMENT - "To have healthy habitats and pristine waters in harmony with all watershed uses"
 
 
 
 
For more information about the Hogan Creek Watershed Project contact Heather Wirth, Watershed Technician/Educator at (812) 926-2406 ext 107 or email heather.wirth@in.nacdnet.net
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