We often think of northern Ohio as a working landscape of industry and agriculture. But, if you open your eyes, you can see amazing natural wonders. A highlight is the spring bird migration, which attracts birders from all over the country.
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Cleveland will plant 1,000 trees in five neighborhoods starting in Central this spring and continuing in Glenville this fall, says the city’s new arborist, Jennifer Braman.
During a recent trip to Tijuana, Mexico landscape designer, Armando Ramos, who is fighting for the creation of a central park within the borders of his city of 1.7 million inhabitants, made a connection between nature and math. The World Health Organization has calculated that we all need to breath 360 liters of oxygen a day, he said, adding that it...
Oscar Romo confides that sustainable cities are a dream during an off-air moment to me and Corrie Slawson. We’ve come to the end of our three-week residency at TJinChina, a project space in Tijuana, Mexico where artists and writers from around the globe exchange ideas, dialogue and produce work, and Romo is interviewing us about Cleveland, its history, and our...
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