The Mud Run Conservancy is dedicated to preserving, conserving, protecting and restoring the land and water resources in the upper watershed of Mud Run. The Mud Run is a spring fed creek in Mad River Township, Clark County, Ohio.


Mad River Gorge and Nature Preserve
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Mud Run Conservancy Fundraisers at the Yellow Springs Brewery in 2019

Another mug by a local artist will be raffled off at the Yellow Springs Brewery Fundraiser on October 24, 2019. Festivities from 7 – 9:00 pm.

Creek names submitted will be given to the students in the Greenon District for a final vote to “Name That Creek”.
Do you know about the redside dace? This fish is a cold-water indicator species found in an unnamed tributary of the Mud Run. A robust and sustainable population was observed  in the stream on June 8 of 2018!
Help improve the waters in the Mad River Watershed by attending any of the following activities:

Mud Run Conservancy at the Yellow Springs Brewery, Mug Raffle October 24, 2019 from 7-9:00 pm

In Stream River Monitoring with the TU Madmen on October 3, Rt. 36 bridge parking lot at 9:00 am.

The Mud Run Conservancy is dedicated to the well-being of the Mud Run Watershed. This valuable resource encompasses over 20 miles of waterways and includes the Mud Run Creek, Clear Creek, a major tributary, two minor tributaries, fens, wetlands and dozens of natural springs.