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Euclid Creek Blog

It’s nearing that time of year again where many of us will be busting out our rakes and leaf blowers, and spending countless hours of time to get the leaves off our yard and onto the tree lawn. From there, the leaves will eventually get sucked into a giant truck and taken to a place to be composted... read more

On Monday, October 21, the Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District will celebrate its 70th year of providing technical assistance to landowners about good conservation practices. Formed in 1949, we have inspired and empowered residents, businesses and communities to protect and restore the health of our shared soil and water resources. As our county’s first environmental agency, we... read more

Storm drain stenciling activity

The phrase “Only rain down the drain” is a saying people have been hearing for quite a while. The catchy little rhyme is a way to educate people about the illegal dumping of waste products down sewer drains and stormwater drains. The idea that waste should not be dumped down drains is so intertwined with clean water that... read more

One of many Monarch's seen in Seven Hills. Photo by: Megan Smith

Dragonflies, butterflies, and birds – oh my! As the summer comes to an end and the weather shifts, we are seeing a lot of migrants make their way across our Lake Erie. Most notably I have seen a lot of press about the dragonflies and Monarchs. Dragonfly migration takes place every spring and summer. Like the Monarchs, the dragonfly... read more

If you live in Cuyahoga and have been thinking about solar for your home, time is running out to take advantage of the 30% federal tax credit. At the end of this year it will drop to 26%, then 22%, and then disappear. But never fear! The Cuyahoga County Solar Co-op program makes it easier than ever to... read more