Euclid Creek

Friends of Euclid Creek is an all-volunteer watershed stewardship organization dedicated to ensuring the health of the Euclid Creek watershed in northeast Ohio. Their mission is to advocate for the health of the Euclid Creek watershed, its surrounding communities, and the creatures that depend upon it. They strive to preserve and improve endangered and degraded areas that affect the quality of life in the watershed. They work to educate the public about environmental conditions and concerns within the watershed. They encourage cooperation among all Euclid Creek stakeholders for the benefit of the watershed and everyone who lives in it today, and tomorrow.

Find out more about Friends of Euclid Creek at their website: https://www.friendsofeuclidcreek.com/

Organizational Overview:

FOEC is a community-based watershed stewardship group, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, which was formed in 2003 to support the development of the Euclid Creek Watershed Action Plan.

Who are the FOEC Board Officers?

President: Kelly Butauski, Friendsofeuclidcreek@gmail.com

Vice President: Steve McIntosh (education Chair), Steven.A.McIntosh1@gmail.com

Secretary: Sue Swisher

Treasurer: Position Not Currently Filled

Directors: Natalie Keyerleber (membership chair), Esther Trepal (conservation chair), Jim Juknialis (marketing chair), Ginny Aveni (education), Paul Costanzo (conservation)


P.O. Box 21384 South Euclid, OH 44121

Become a Member or Donate to FOEC Today:

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FOEC meetings and Events:

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To learn about the FOEC Scholarship Program, click here


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