Maumee AOC Documents

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Maumee AOC Documents

For more resources, check out the Maumee Area of Concern site. You can also view the Data Management and Delisting System (DMDS) for the most current public data on the Maumee AOC status, as well as updates on AOC improvement projects.


AOC Annual Reports

2021 Annual Report (PDF 4.8 MB)

2020 Annual Report (PDF 2.6 MB)

2019 Annual Report (PDF 1.64 MB) 



MAAC Informational Brochure (PDF 2.86 MB)


Project Rack Cards

Prairie Ditch Restoration at Secor Park (1.7 MB)

Wolf Creek Restoration at Oregon Rec Complex (1.7 MB)

Fox Property Restoration Unit (1.7 MB)

Sandhill Crane Wetlands (PDF 2.1 MB)

Maumee State Forest Restoration (PDF 1.34 MB)

Oak Openings Conservation Areas (PDF 2.60 MB)

Restoration at Penn 7 (PDF 1.65 MB)

Toussaint Wildlife Area (PDF 1.67 MB)

The Area of Concern


Duck and Otter Creeks


Maumee River and Maumee Bay

  • Maumee River Watershed Wetlands Protection and Enhancement Project (2003)


Ottawa River


Shantee and Silver Creeks


Swan Creek


Toussaint River


Wolf Creek

Activities and Accomplishments in the Maumee Area of Concern 1991-2001

 Annual Activities and Accomplishments

2015 Fall/ Winter Summit (December 10th, 2015)


2014 Fall/Winter Summit (December 4th, 2014)


2014 Spring/Summer Summit (May 15,2014)


2013 Fall/Winter Summit (December 5, 2013)


2013 Spring/Summer Summit (May 16, 2013)


2012 Fall/ Winter Summit (December 6, 2012)


2012 Spring/Summer Summit (May 2, 2012)


2011 Fall/Winter Summits (December 1, 2011)


2011 - Spring/Summer Summit (May 4, 2011)


2010 - Fall/Winter Summit (Dec 9, 2010)

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