Friday, October 18 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at West Creek Reservation’s Watershed Stewardship Center.
Enjoy cold beer, delicious food, and yard games, while listening to music from The Baker’s Basement.
The former 80-acre campus is nearly all cleaned up and ready to be activated as public park land & added to West Creek Reservation – but we need your support to finalize the transition!
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Entering the new Morgana Bluffs Nature Preserve in Slavic Village, Monica Marshall tells a group of children to shake like frisky puppies. “We’re going to shake off all the inside and get ready for the outside,” says Marshall, an environmental manager from...
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Check out West Creek Conservatory's Executive Director Derek Schafer as featured on Cleveland.com It’s been quite a week for West Creek Conservancy Executive Director Derek Schafer. Not only did the U.S. Department of Transportation award $9 million for the Irishtown...
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