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Thursday, June 25, 2009
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Clean Ohio funding applicant workshop

Cuyahoga County Clean Ohio Conservation Program Applicant Workshop for Round 6

$6,808,719 is available.

The Cuyahoga County Natural Resources Assistance Council is encouraging all interested parties to attend this workshop in order to learn more preserving open space and restoring riparian corridors. The Clean Ohio Conservation Program helps to fund preservation of open spaces, sensitive ecological areas, and stream corridors. Special emphasis is given to projects that:

  • Protect habitat for rare, threatened or endangered species;
  • Preserve high quality wetlands and other scarce natural resources;
  • Preserve streamside forests, natural stream channels, functioning floodplains, and other natural features of Ohio's waterways;
  • Support comprehensive open space planning;
  • Secure easements to protect stream corridors, which may be planted with trees or vegetation to help reduce erosion and fertilizer/pesticide runoff;
  • Enhance eco-tourism and economic development related to outdoor recreation in economically challenged areas;
  • Reduce or eliminate nonnative, invasive plant and animal species.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, June 23 to Meghan Chaney at mchaney@cuyahogacounty.us.

Cuyahoga County Clean Ohio Conservation Program Applicant Workshop for Round 6 $6,808,719 is available. The Cuyahoga County Natural Resources Assistance Council is encouraging all interested parties to attend this workshop in order to learn more preserving open space and restoring riparian corridors. The Clean Ohio Conservation Program helps to fund preservation of open spaces, sensitive ecological areas, and stream corridors. Special emphasis is given to projects that:
  • Protect habitat for rare, threatened or endangered species;
  • Preserve high quality wetlands and other scarce natural resources;
  • Preserve streamside forests, natural stream channels, functioning floodplains, and other natural features of Ohio's waterways;
  • Support comprehensive open space planning;
  • Secure easements to protect stream corridors, which may be planted with trees or vegetation to help reduce erosion and fertilizer/pesticide runoff;
  • Enhance eco-tourism and economic development related to outdoor recreation in economically challenged areas;
  • Reduce or eliminate nonnative, invasive plant and animal species.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, June 23 to Meghan Chaney at mchaney@cuyahogacounty.us.

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