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Henninger Homestead Restoration

Be Part of History and Support Conservation in Greater Cleveland! 

Your beautifully engraved brick will be installed at Henninger Homestead, a National Register of Historic Places landmark in Parma. The bricks will line the walkway around the Ohio Historical Marker that recognizes the 1840s property as a valued part of our region’s cultural heritage.

West Creek Conservancy is working to transform this site into a community space and trailhead along the West Creek Greenway trail system. Henninger Homestead is one of many WCC land conservation projects around Greater Cleveland that your donation will help support.

You can be a part of this historic transformation! Here are some ways that you can contribute to this project:

  • Sponsor one or more of the Henninger House windows for a contribution of $300 per window
  • Sponsor one or more of the Henninger House doors for a contribution of $1000 per door
  • Honor your family or business with a commemorative engraved brick for the Ohio Historical Marker Patio with a donation of $60 for a 4” x 8” brick, or $120 for an 8” x 8” brick. Your brick donation is tax deductible.
  • Donate $75 for a limited edition, numbered, 16” x 20” watercolor print of the Henninger Homestead, signed by local artist Craig Peterson, or $100 for a watercolor that will include a special remark on the print from the artist For more information about the Henninger House, or to support any of West Creek Conservancy’s many projects, contact Derek Schafer at 216-749-3720 ext 12 or dschafer@westcreek.org

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Other Ways to Give

We are proud to say that for every $1 donated to West Creek Conservancy, we directly put 89 cents into land and water conservation projects! Your investment in the organization is not only cost-effective, but it’s locally impactful for generations to come.

Thank you for your support which has enabled us to continue to “Make Nature Your Neighbor.”