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FRIENDS OF EUCLID CREEK MARCH UPDATE

Posted on 03/06/21 by Elizabeth in Friends of Euclid Creek

Hi, Everyone, Just a few things to talk about this month. Everything seems to have slowed down as we all hold our breath for spring to get here! Education, Steve McIntosh, Chair So sorry our Trivia Contest had to be cancelled. Hopefully, we can do that later in the year. But we are continuing on… APRIL 27, 7:00 P.M.... read more

If we had no Winter, Spring would not be as pleasant

Posted on 03/02/21 by Nikole in Urban Agriculture

Fiddlehead - Young Fern

Signs of spring can sometimes feel a world away after a seemingly endless winter. There is beauty to be found in the snowy slowness that is winter. However, I find it easier to behold the keys to contentment with the unthawing of Lake Erie. These changes typically start sometime between mid-February and mid-March. There is a weather proverb that... read more

Spring: Rays of Hope Are Around the Corner

Posted on 02/24/21 by Janine in Educational Outreach

I am thrilled because the sun is shining today, during this last week of February. The days are getting longer and warmer. Winter is ebbing and spring is only days away. This fills me with a wonderful sense of hope. What is not to like about Spring? It is a time of rebirth and rejuvenation. Festivals and celebrations are... read more

Backyard Buffers for Your Property in the Rocky River Watershed!

Posted on 02/17/21 by Meg in Educational Outreach

Well winter storm Uri certainly has hit our country hard this week, and more snow and rain are predicted to be on the way. Large storms like these are results of climate change, which causes severe storms to occur more and more frequently. The good news is that with proper preparation and planning our cities and neighborhoods can... read more

When it Snows it Pours: How Snow Accumulation Equates to Runoff.

Posted on 02/16/21 by Brent in Storm Water Services

In Northeast Ohio construction activity does not stop just because a few snowflakes are coming down. Projects have deadlines and extreme weather is just another logistical bump along the road to completion. As such, all typical erosion and sediment controls associated with the stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWP3) need to be managed without interruption. Often times the weekly... read more

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