Nominations Sought -
Clean Ohio Fund Committee
The Natural Resources Assistance Council (NRAC) is an 11-member committee that evaluates applications for and allocates grants from the Clean Ohio Fund in Lucas County. TMACOG facilitates the committee. The council is currently seeking nominations to fill four vacancies, serving three-year terms.
At least one applicant must represent local government, and at least one must represent a statewide agriculture or forestry organization. The remaining appointments may be selected from any of the categories below. NRAC service is voluntary without compensation.
• Local government
• Conservation or environmental organization
• Municipal park system or park district
• Business, realty, planning agency, or port authority
• Statewide organization representing agriculture or forestry
• Soil and Water Conservation District
Applications must be submitted to TMACOG by 5 p.m., August 31, 2017. Applications include a nomination form, a resume, and letter from the supporting organization. The nomination form is posted here.
The Clean Ohio Fund was first approved by voters in 2000, and was renewed in 2008. Between 2000 and 2016, the Clean Ohio fund returned more than $12 million to Lucas County for the protection of open spaces and wetlands.
More about the Clean Ohio Fund and NRAC/12 is on the TMACOG website. For more information, contact Kurt Erichsen, vice president of Water Quality Planning at TMACOG, at 419.241.9155 ext. 126.
Submit completed applications to:
Kurt Erichsen, P.E.
Vice President of Water Quality Planning
P.O. Box 9508
Toledo, OH 43697-9508