Morgan Township, one of thirteen in the county, is located in the southwestern corner of Butler County, Ohio, on the state line with Indiana. The township covers an area of 36 square miles. It is named for General Daniel Morgan, an officer in the American Revolutionary War.
Morgan Township was erected from Ross Township by the Butler County Commissioners on March 4, 1811. The township is bordered on the south by the Hamilton County townships of Crosby and Harrison; on the southwest by Dearborn County, Indiana; on the west by Whitewater Township, Franklin County, Indiana; on the north by Reily Township; on the northeast by Hanover Township; and on the east by Ross Township.
Up to $13 million will be used to purchase conservation easements in and around the Paddy's Run Watershed and within portions of the Great Miami Aquifer. Participating landowners can receive grant funding to permanently protect their land with conservation easements. As an easement donor, landowners still retain private ownership and use of the land, and the conservation easement is permanently protected by the Three Valley Conservation Trust. If you are interested in more information, call the Township Administrator at 513-738-8279.
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