Category Archives: Watershed News

Watershed and conservation news, events and other information taking place around Cleveland.

WVP 2016 Annual Report Highlights

The Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP), offered through the Natural Resources Division of Cleveland Metroparks, is an effort to engage residents in an array of active management projects to improve watershed conditions. The program promotes stewardship through learning opportunities, restoration projects, and monitoring activities. The program's total participation for 2016 included 268 volunteers contributing 1511 hours,…
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Depave NEO – Training People to Turn Parking Lots into Paradise

This 4 After-Work Training Sessions + a Demo Depaving Event can turn Northeast Ohio from Grey to Green. Let's turn some parking lots into paradise! The training includes a course of 4 sessions, 3 hours each - and you need to attend all of them to get your certificate. Wednesdays February 8, 15, 22, and…
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Monday MeetUp: What’s Up with Local Watershed Groups

Join us for Monday MeetUps, a monthly gathering with a different Northeast Ohio watershed organization. Learn what’s new in their watershed, the work they are doing, and how you can get involved in watershed stewardship. This is will also be a great opportunity to network with fellow NEO watershed stewards and travel to different watersheds.…
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Mill Creek Restoration at Highland Park Golf Course

Highland Park Golf Course, located in the village of Highland Hills and owned by the City of Cleveland, has some claim to fame. It hosted the Cleveland Open in the mid-1960s and saw greats like Palmer, Nicholas, and Tony Lema. It is where Cleveland native Bob Hope first played golf. But recently, Highland Park has…
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