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This article was written by our Summer 2021 intern, Caitlin Jurcago. The Cleveland Metroparks has set out on a summer-long mission to assess over one hundred streams within the park system to gain insights on the health of the ecosystems. Claire Weldon, an Aquatic...
This article was written by our Summer 2021 intern, Dana Lettl. In May of 2019, West Creek Conservancy, along with several other partners, including Friends of Euclid Creek and the city of Highland Heights, purchased 37-acre Dusty Goldenrod Preserve as part of a...
This article was written by our Summer 2021 intern, Natalie Feighan. Brooklyn Ohio’s Stickney Creek is located in Veterans Memorial Park, a public greenspace that provides the community with opportunities for recreation and exploration. At one point however, runoff...
Thank you to everyone who joined our 2021 Annual Meeting, held virtually this year. West Creek advanced many incredible projects in the past year. You can watch the full recording of our annual meeting below to learn more. We remain focused on results, filling a vital...
How the West Creek Conservancy is ensuring green space access in Northeast Ohio This article originally appeared on The Cleveland Foundation Blog. Originally founded by residents in 1997 and later incorporated as a nonprofit organization, the West Creek Conservancy is...
To read the full version of this article, please visit Cleveland.com PARMA, Ohio -- Acquiring green space in fully built-out communities is a difficult proposition; however, over the past 15 years, the West Creek Conservancy has done just that in Parma. The latest...