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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This story originally appeared on Cleveland.com The Putzfrau cleaned up the Cuyahoga. Frank Samsel outfitted the 56-foot fish tug – whose name means “cleaning lady” in German – in the 1970s with a vacuum, a crane and a winch. His company, Samsel Supply Co., was hired...
West Creek Conservancy to receive NACPRO Award for Community Partnership work with the Cleveland Metroparks
West Creek Conservancy (WCC) will be honored with a National Association of County Park and Recreation Officials (NACPRO) Award in coordination with the Cleveland Metroparks for their contributions to the Park District. WCC led by Derek Schafer has won the Outstanding...
Xtinguish the Past, Ignite the Future! Xtinguish Celebration is an immersion into the culture of the Cuyahoga River Watershed. We are working with over 300 organizations, municipalities, agencies, and corporate partners to highlight the unique nature of Northeast...
Mill Creek is excited to share that the Xtinguish Celebration has been featured on the Cleveland blog Waiting for Next Year! We are excited for 2019 as we continue to share our conservation efforts and upcoming events. The following is an excerpt from the article. ...
West Creek Conservancy is celebrating its 22nd year of conserving land, restoring water resources, building trails, and creating parks! Our amazing success is possible because of your generous support. We are announcing a slight change....a change that will make us...
This is a guest post from Robert Koonce, the Chief Development Officer with Boy & Girls Clubs of Cleveland. West Creek Conservancy recently complete the Morgana Bluffs Project which helped preserve a high quality wetland in Cleveland’s Slavic Village. Conservation...
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