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Saturday, September 10, 2011
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Euclid Creek Stream Cleanup Event & FOEC Bioswale Garden Service Day

Why is a creek clean up important to Euclid Creek? Euclid Creek continues to have litter and dumping problems each year. Euclid Creek is one of the most accessible and widely used areas for recreational fishing and public access to Lake Erie in Cuyahoga County. 9:00am-10:00am?Bioswale Garden Maintenance Learn about this project installed in 2009 and help Friends of Euclid Creek weed and remove trash in the landscaped median. Meet at the marina parking lot.10:00am-Noon?Stream Cleanup Volunteers can either collect streamside trash or help record the waste found. Meet at the park entrance parking lot.Meet at Wildwood State Park at E. 174th Street and Lakeshore Boulevard. Dress for the weather, Bring water, Wear long sleeves and pants, boots or work shoes, and work gloves are recommended. Trash bags will be provided.All groups welcome, but children under age 18 must have adult supervision.Event Sponsors: City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District, Euclid Creek Watershed Council, Friends of Euclid Creek, & ODNR-Wildwood State Park. This is an Ohio Lake Erie Commission Coastweeks Event.Flyer: http://www.cuyahogaswcd.org/EuclidCreekFiles/Event%20PDFs/EuclidCreekStreamCleanup_Bioswale_091011a.pdfWhy is a creek clean up important to Euclid Creek? Euclid Creek continues to have litter and dumping problems each year. Euclid Creek is one of the most accessible and widely used areas for recreational fishing and public access to Lake Erie in Cuyahoga County. 9:00am-10:00am?Bioswale Garden Maintenance Learn about this project installed in 2009 and help Friends of Euclid Creek weed and remove trash in the landscaped median. Meet at the marina parking lot.10:00am-Noon?Stream Cleanup Volunteers can either collect streamside trash or help record the waste found. Meet at the park entrance parking lot.Meet at Wildwood State Park at E. 174th Street and Lakeshore Boulevard. Dress for the weather, Bring water, Wear long sleeves and pants, boots or work shoes, and work gloves are recommended. Trash bags will be provided.All groups welcome, but children under age 18 must have adult supervision.Event Sponsors: City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District, Euclid Creek Watershed Council, Friends of Euclid Creek, & ODNR-Wildwood State Park. This is an Ohio Lake Erie Commission Coastweeks Event.Flyer: http://www.cuyahogaswcd.org/EuclidCreekFiles/Event%20PDFs/EuclidCreekStreamCleanup_Bioswale_091011a.pdf

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