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Managing land for water quality

Marc Lefkowitz  |  01/21/09 @ 5:01pm

The Ohio Coastal Resource Management Project provides coverage of activities impacting the health and access to Lake Erie.

Their February newsletter is filled with interesting articles and news. Jack Shaner of the Ohio Environmental Council explores an important court battle over public access to the beach in Northeast Ohio. Also, find an article on Chippewa Creek, a tributary of the Cuyahoga, that was the first pilot Balanced Growth Program plan to be approved, thanks to the support of the cities of Brecksville, Broadview Heights, and North Royalton.

To read the full issue, follow the link from this page.

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