Ohio Water Means Business, the Ohio Water Partnership podcast series, is setting out to prove that water is not only Ohio’s greatest natural resource, but one of Ohio’s greatest economic ADVANTAGES. Water fuels Ohio's economy: small businesses, manufacturers, restaurants, tourism, research, and the outdoors. And does it all, 24/7. Without water, there's no reeling in walleye from Lake Erie, no boating on Buckeye Lake and no beer at happy hour . The Ohio Water Partnership proudly brings you this informative and yes, motivational podcast about a remarkable Ohio resource for all of us to highlight, preserve, and celebrate.
Ohio's outdoors were rediscovered in Covid. Now summer '22 could be a record-setter!
There's no denying the pain, suffering and loss of life from Covid. But there were lessons and even blessings too. On today's episode of Ohio Water Means Business, two leaders in water recreation, conservation and tourism talk about our deep and renewed connection to this precious resource. People found the outdoors in Covid as a great and needed escape. Now, an unrestricted summer of 2022 portends strong economic performance for our state which means record crowds, renewed family traditions, and just a whole lot of fun!
Water: our plentiful natural resource and competitive advantage in Ohio. (just ask Intel)
The Cleveland Foundation, the George Gund Foundation, the Joyce Foundation and the Ohio Water Partnership proudly bring you episode *1* of Ohio Water Means Business. To put it simply, water can bring everyone to the table and this inaugural episode proves it. Former U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, now President and CEO of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce talks with longtime environmental advocate and current Senior Vice-President of American Rivers, Heather Taylor-Miesle about the water economy, Intel and their favorite places to enjoy this tremendous natural resource!