When: August 08 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Beachwood Community Center, 25325 Fairmount Beachwood, Ohio map this
The “Lake Erie Speakers Series” is Thursday, August 8, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with refreshments.
The Friends of Euclid Creek “Lake Erie Speaker Series” features three distinguished guests:
· Fredrick Vincent of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District will speak on the "Deep Tunnel Sewer Project" currently under construction beneath the streets of Cleveland.
Mr. Vincent will explain the project and its importance to the health of Lake Erie.
· Chris Winslow, Director of the Ohio State University Stone Lab, will discuss "How Activities on Land Affect Lake Erie”. Population pressures, development, litter, and pollution are just a few things that harm the lake.
· Dr. Robert Brand of the Cuyahoga County Board of Health will speak on "Safe Consumption of Fish from Lake Erie". This talk should be of interest to anyone who fishes in Lake Erie or eats Lake Erie fish.
The Friends of Euclid Creek gratefully acknowledges the financial support of our sponsors
Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, and the City of Beachwood.
The Friends of Euclid Creek works to protect and restore the creek by helping people who live in the watershed become stewards of the land and water. Euclid Creek runs through eleven communities from Beachwood ending in Lake Erie. For more information on Euclid Creek and watershed issues go to https://www.euclidcreekwatershed.org/euclid-creek.