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Movement of Water

Posted on 05/26/20 by Carla in Storm Water Services

So I don’t know about you, but over the past 10 weeks of staying at home, I have become very familiar with my couch. In college I had a friend that called her couch the “lethargy couch.” I have recently nicknamed my couch “Lethargy 2.” As I was out completing inspections of basins throughout the county, I actually found... read more

Adaptive Learning

Posted on 05/19/20 by Jacki in Educational Outreach

In around 500 BC, a Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, said “change is the only constant in life.” More than 2500 years later, people around the world are painfully aware of the truth of his statement. As we adjust to the world with the “novel” corona virus, educators are scrambling to find new ways to reach and teach students of... read more

Are You a Citizen Scientist?

Posted on 05/12/20 by Elizabeth in Educational Outreach

Mary K has been sampling since program inception in 2006. Over 200 monitoring events! Lillian since 2009 has completed over 140 monitoring events!

Did you know that you, yes you, can help collect scientific data? The participation in scientific research conducted by nonprofessional scientists is called Citizen Science. Citizen Science is a growing field and more and more agencies are relying on knowledge and data provided by citizens to help meet real world goals. At Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District we... read more

Friends of Euclid Creek May Update

Posted on 05/11/20 by Elizabeth in Euclid Creek Watershed

Dear Friends of Euclid Creek members, volunteers and friends, Sadly, due to the on-going pandemic, Friends is cancelling the Annual Meeting and Picnic scheduled for June 2nd. We will see what the future brings for group meetings and let you know. But right now we have important business to conduct with the election of a new board of... read more

Adapting to Change

Posted on 05/05/20 by Megan in Storm Water Services

Tire filled trench - before

Here at Cuyahoga SWCD we are adapting to the changes and challenges of our current reality, as is everyone. In our adapted work routine, we are still able to do field work and conduct inspections. We have assigned vehicles and limit our meetings to the outdoors while adhering to the 6 ft. distance requirement. I am very fortunate... read more