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A Particularly Blue Sky in October

As I was sitting looking out the window one mid-October day, I noticed that the sky seemed to be exceptionally blue. My roommate walked by, and as if he could tell what I was thinking, asked, “Does the sky look bluer to you than normal in the fall?”. This struck me because in my mind I had always... read more

An article in the October 2020 edition of Stormwater magazine titled "From Gray to Green to Smart" stood out for its succinct review of the state of stormwater management to date and its primer on an exciting new prospect for future management. The beginning of the article recounts how stormwater management has remained relatively unchanged for 6,000 years. Stormwater,... read more

Porch Pollinator Habitat on 11/3/2020. Photo Credit: Kelly Parker

We have now entered the time of harvest, when the leaves change, the air becomes crisp, and the wonderful smells of autumn fill the air. This is also the time when critters begin stockpiling food and many plants begin to go into their dormant state, preparing to hunker down for the winter months ahead. It has been about... read more

Hello, Dear Friends of Euclid Creek, Our projects are all coming to completion and we are considering what we will be doing next year. Here is what has been happening: Marketing - Our mass mailing (1720) to those living close to Euclid Creek (and to you if we have your address on file) was mailed on Wednesday. I can send you... read more

Innovation is change that unlocks new value. - Jamie Notter We often hear that innovation comes from tweaking an idea that came before. All innovators and inventors observe the world around them and try to make it better. They take the problems of the world and make solutions. Often we think about innovation in the context of the business world.... read more

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