Ohio NEMO is a nonpoint pollution education program of Ohio State University Extension working under the umbrella of the Sustainable Streams and Watersheds Initiative: an integrated approach to promoting the sustainable, systems-based management of watersheds, streams, and water resources.

Ohio NEMO is a charter member of the National NEMO Network.


  1. Key Stream Geomorphology Factors and Applications of the STREAM Modules: Spreadsheet Tools for River Evaluation, Assessment and Monitoring

    Sep 30, 2013

    On September 26, 2013, Cuyahoga SWCD hosted Drs. Andy Ward, Jon Witter, and Jessica D’Ambrosio, Ohio State University researchers, who taught a one-day course about their approach to stream morphological and hydrological studies and 26 participants. The course focused on the use of STREAMS: Spreadsheet Tools for River Evaluation, Assessment and Monitoring.

  2. Ohio NEMO partners with Farm Science Review and ODNR to 'put ditches to work'

    Apr 17, 2013

    With funding from a USDA-NRCS State Conservation Innovation Grant, Ohio NEMO will provide education and outreach opportunities to teach Ohio farmers about an innovative agricultural drainage ditch design, the self-forming ditch.