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15 Years of Friends

2016 is Friends of Euclid Creek's 15 Year Anniversary!!

Friends of Euclid Creek - 2001-2016

Thank you all for joining us this year to celebrate...“15 Years of Friends”

Friends of Euclid Creek (FOEC) is a citizen-based stewardship group that works to raise awareness about and preserve the natural features of the Euclid Creek Watershed.

By becoming a member, you can aid in supporting our education and conservation efforts via funding and/or volunteering. Want to learn more?

Thank you for participating in one or more of the events described below! We had a blast seeing you and getting out in the watershed.

Fifteen Miles with Friends
Walk the watershed with us throughout the year:

  • May 3, 6:30-8pm, Euclid Creek Reservation-Highland parking lot, 2.5 miles (Hike difficulty: dirt and paved trail, some hills, slow paced)
  • Jun 18, 9:30-11am, Cleveland Clinic - Lyndhurst Campus, 2 miles (Hike difficulty: flat, gravel trail and paved hilly portions).
  • Jul 16, 9am-2:30pm, A Day in the Life of Euclid Creek, 1.0 mile (Hike difficulty: paved and natural surface can choose - slow paced).
  • Aug 2, 7-8:30pm, Acacia Reservation-Cedar Rd. parking lot, 2.5 miles (Hike difficulty: paved trail, some hills, moderate pace) - more details here
  • Sept 6, 6:30-8 pm, Euclid Creek Reservation-Wildwood parking lot, 1.5 miles (Hike difficulty: mostly paved, some creek/wetland edge. slow paced)
  • Oct 8, 1-3pm, Lyndhurst/S. Euclid walk-Schaefer Park off Professor Rd., 3.0 miles (Hike difficulty: sidewalk surface, relatively flat, moderate pace) - more details here
  • Nov 5, 9:30-11am, Acacia Reservation-Cedar Rd. parking lot, 2.5 miles (Hike difficulty: paved trail, some hills, moderate pace)
    15 miles total

Anniversary Celebration Event
A Day in the Life of Euclid Creek
July 16, 9am - 2:30pm, come for all or part of the day - event details and registration here

Euclid Creek Watershed Summit 
October 6, 5 - 7pm, Mayfield Village Community Room - A conservation and conversation event for citizens, partners, and city officials.

We Speak for the Creek