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Environmental Groups say Local Ditch Must be Cleaned

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): The Bullerman Ditch has its origins near the corner of Lahmeyer and Stellhorn roads in northeast Fort Wayne. According to the Journal Gazette, it runs through some intense landscape in the Allen County area, and is a vital component of the Maumee Watershed.

The waterway is known to revitalize the tributary in urban areas.

Environmental groups say the ditch is part of the largest tributary in the Great Lakes region, and needs to be cleaned. The ditch is connected to the Upper Maumee River watershed in Fort Wayne- the river's point of origin.

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