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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On Monday, September 10, the first bridge truss over the Cuyahoga was set in place! Construction of the 1.7 mile trail started this summer and the trail will officially open mid 2019. The Hemlock Creek Trail will be the largest community connectors to the Cuyahoga...
The reclamation and repurposing of the former Parmadale campus begins! The former campus will add over 80 acres to the West Creek Reservation when the reclamation work is completed. Many thanks to the support and partnership of City of Parma, Cleveland...
West Creek Conservancy recently lost a longtime board member and cherished friend. Irene Toth died July 5th. She joined West Creek Conservancy as someone who loved sharing fossil history and raising public awareness of the environment. Irene lived near West Creek...
July 2, 2018 Cuyahoga County Councilman Scott Tuma Announces Round 8 Demolition Funding Approval for the West Creek Conservancy Project The project includes demolition of former dormitories at the Parmadale Campus. Cuyahoga County Councilman Scott Tuma announces...
After more than a decade of planning, the Hemlock Creek Trail in Independence is finally becoming a reality, with a public groundbreaking held on Saturday, June 2. The 1.7-mile asphalt Hemlock Creek trail’s western terminus will begin at Brecksville Road and Selig...
The public is invited to a groundbreaking scheduled June 2 for the long-awaited 1.7-mile Hemlock Creek Trail, which will directly connect Independence and the region’s urban green space lovers with the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, Cuyahoga Valley National Park...
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