Great Miami Riverway Hidden Gems

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Great Miami Riverway Hidden Gems features national and local conversations about our river, trails, and communities.

Episode Date
Inventions that Shaped the World
0:21:00
<p>In talking with Jayme Cellitioci, National Inventors Hall of Fame, and Ethan Smith, SmithFly in Troy, OH, we discuss the importance of failure, how nature inspires inventions, and personal experiences with inventions and inventors. Learn about the Great Miami Riverway's most famous inventions from 1903 all the way through today.</p>
Jul 26, 2018
Diversity in Cycling
0:36:30
<p>A conversation with Ayesha McGowan, Caroline Misick, and Frankie Brown about diversity and visual representation in cycling. Ayesha McGowan is o<span>n a mission to add color and numbers to women's cycling through her journey to become the first African-American professional road cyclist.</span> Caroline and Frankie join us from the Dayton Chapter of the Major Taylor Cycling Club to talk about the Great Miami Riverway and the nation's largest paved trail network.</p>
Jun 27, 2018
Healthy Rivers, Healthy Communities
0:32:23
<p>Bob Irvin, President of American Rivers, and Rob Rohr, Market Vice President at Cox Media, talk about the Great Miami River and its impact on economic development, community, and revitalization.</p> <p>"Rivers and clean water really are the lifeblood of our communities and our economy. In your community, the Great Miami Riverway and the Buried Valley Aquifer are perfect examples. When it comes to bringing people together around rivers, it's important to always keep the question 'why do we care about this,' front and center when people realize that their clean drinking water or the recreation that they enjoy brings benefits for businesses like the breweries, restaurants, and shops that locate along rivers, or the benefits in terms of helping us preserve our cultural heritage," says Bob Irvin.</p>
May 30, 2018
Healthy Rivers, Healthy Communities
0:32:23
Bob Irvin, President of American Rivers, and Rob Rohr, Market Vice President at Cox Media, talk about the Great Miami River and its impact on economic development, community, and revitalization. "Rivers and clean water really are the lifeblood of our ...
May 30, 2018