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.


Name That Creek Contest Kickoff at Enon’s Fourth of July parade. Thanks to Jolyn and Kathy for walking for the Mud Run Conservancy. Thanks to Paul for driving the truck!

Name That Creek Contest Kickoff at Enon’s Fourth of July Parade. Jolyn and Kathy walk for the Mud Run Conservancy to help spread the word.
President Mike mans the table at the firehouse following the Parade.
Paul drives in the MRC truck in the parade and it was the greatest decorated truck in the whole parade! (just a bit of bias showing)
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!

Mud Run Conservancy Fundraisers at the Yellow Springs Brewery in 2019


The redside dace mug by local artist Carol Culbertson will be raffled off at the Yellow Springs Brewery Fundraiser on August 29. Festivities from 7 – 9:00 pm.

Help improve the waters in the Mad River Watershed by attending any of the following activities:

Trout Unlimited, Mad River, In Stream River Monitoring August 10, St. Rt 36 Bridge, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Trout Unlimited Madmen Chapter Meeting at Bogey’s on Aug. 15th

Mud Run Conservancy at the Yellow Springs Brewery, Mug Raffle August 29, 7-9:00 pm

TheThe 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.