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Thursday, April 12, 2012
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Western Reserve Resource Conservation & Development Council

Regular meeting of the Western Reserve Resource Conservation and Development Council

We will have an opportunity to hear about Native American Indian issues in Northeast Ohio as Cliff Clay of the Native American Indian Cultural Garden Organization will be our guest speaker. We will be hearing about the history of the Native American Indians and discuss partnering on the creation of a Native American Indian Cultural Garden along Martin Luther King Blvd in Cleveland. Also, we will have Rich Cochran, President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, giving us an update on their "Thriving Communities Institute" and other activities. And we have some exciting news as the "Environmental IQ" project is about ready to roll out their spots with a local TV station.

Regular meeting of the Western Reserve Resource Conservation and Development Council.  We will have an opportunity to hear about Native American Indian issues in Northeast Ohio as Cliff Clay of the Native American Indian Cultural Garden Organization will be our guest speaker. We will be hearing about the history of the Native American Indians and discuss partnering on the creation of a Native American Indian Cultural Garden along Martin Luther King Blvd in Cleveland. Also, we will have Rich Cochran, President, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, giving us an update on their "Thriving Communities Institute" and other activities. And we have some exciting news as the "Environmental IQ" project is about ready to roll out their spots with a local TV station.

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