West Creek Conservancy has been a driving (no pun intended) force for the Hemlock Creek Trail in the City of Independence, which will ultimately be the largest community connector for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP). Nearly 2 miles in length, the trail will help connect the eastern section of the West Creek Greenway (and…Read more
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Metroparks, partners quietly exalt and nurture the fragile Cuyahoga Erin O’Brien | Thursday, October 08, 2015 Tucked away in Parma in the heart of the West Creek Reservation sits a beautiful and living facility that will fill even the most jaded visitor with wonder. Its name, however, evokes images of test tubes filled with…Read more
Project summary West Creek Conservancy is in the process of creating a free mobile device app to promote coastal and river access, watershed stewardship and public engagement in Ohio’s portion of the Lake Erie Basin. The app will use a phone’s GPS capability to locate the user in a watershed, map water‐related public access points…Read more
Baldwin Creek begins in North Royalton, and flows in a westerly direction through the cities of Parma, Middleburg Heights, Strongsville, and Berea before entering the East Branch of the Rocky River near the Berea Water Treatment Plant. It is home to Coe Lake, Lake Isaac, and the Bigmouth Shiner, a state-threatened fish. Land use in…Read more
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