Our regional water crisis isn’t just concerning because it impacts our drinking water, but because of its effect on Northwest Ohio’s unique landscape and wildlife. Take a look at the swamp’s history, from its pre-European settlement wild origins to its current condition, during a photography exhibit from the Black Swamp Conservancy, The Great Black Swamp. Photographs from local artists Art Weber, Brian Zwiebel, Michael Basista, Andrew Cole and others, will complement a new map of the historic swamp created by designer Margo Puffenberger. A reception will be held 6-8pm Friday, October 13. On view through the end of November.
National Center for Nature Photography at Secor Metropark 10001 Central Ave. | Sylvania | 419-407-9710