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A Day in the Life of an Education Program Specialist

Posted on 03/15/22 by Tim in Educational Outreach

Sweet potato slips for the George Washington Carver Program.

As the newby in the office, it's hard to say what a typical day is like for me. I jumped right into working on a few projects, but I am still learning the ropes. Lately, I start off by caring for the sweet potato slips I have been growing for our George Washington Carver program. Everyone has heard of... read more

Friends of Euclid Creek March Update

Posted on 03/10/22 by Meg in Euclid Creek Watershed

Esther Trepal, Chair of the Conservation Committee, speaks to volunteers at the FOEC Kickoff in February.

Hi Everyone, We had a great 2022 Kick Off in February! We have several new interested persons on our email list and 10 new volunteers for a variety of activities. Most activities won't start until April or May and everyone should hear of opportunities then. (See attached picture of Conservation Chair, Esther Trepal, talking about the Dusty Goldenrod Preserve... read more

Open Your Mind to the Moss-abilities

Posted on 03/08/22 by Lauren in Educational Outreach

With spring approaching, I am gearing up to spend more time outside by packing up the sweaters and busting out the sunscreen. As I make my preparations, a thought occurs to me – warmer weather means yardwork, and yardwork means the return of my outdoor maintenance nemesis: mowing the grass. Ultimately, my dream lawn is no lawn at all.... read more

A (Work) Day in the Life

Posted on 03/03/22 by Brent in Storm Water Services

Alarm clock RINGING “Woke up! Fell out of bed! Dragged a comb across my head. Found my way downstairs and drank a cup and looking up I noticed I was late. Found my coat and grabbed my hat. Made the bus in seconds flat.” Although it would be cool this blog will not be about the song “A Day in... read more

A Fond Farewell

Posted on 02/22/22 by Elizabeth in Euclid Creek Watershed

Just a gal cleaning up a creek

Since 2000, Cuyahoga SWCD has worked with the Euclid Creek Watershed Council, Friends of Euclid Creek and other regional and local partners to implement over $11 million in Euclid Creek watershed projects. Over 275 acres and 9,000 linear ft of stream have been protected. Over 4,000 ft of stream have been restored, and over 12,500 trees and shrubs... read more

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