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Bee Friendly!

Posted on 05/29/15 by Amy in Educational Outreach

Honeybees

Bee Friendly! Honeybees are under a great deal of stress lately. Honeybee populations have dropped 50% in the past 25 years. Colony collapse disorder is wiping out entire hives almost overnight. There are pests and diseases, pesticides and herbicides, genetically modified crops, lack of diversity and habitat loss that contribute to the decline of the honeybee. We’ve all heard that... read more

Tick Tips

Posted on 05/19/15 by Kelly in Educational Outreach

Various Tick Species and Sizes.  Photo credit: Portage Health System

Spring brings with it warm weather, beautiful scenery and wonderful outdoor activities that we look forward to during the cold winter months. However, Spring also means Tick Season which brings with it the various diseases that they may be carrying, including the dangerous, sometimes fatal Powassan Virus Disease (POW). The Powassan Virus is most prevalent in the Northeast and... read more

Euclid Creek News - May 2015

Posted on 05/13/15 by in Euclid Creek Watershed

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Dark and Stormy: Remembering May 12, 2014

Posted on 05/05/15 by Jared in Rocky River Watershed

Damage to Valley Parkway in the Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation as a result of the May 12, 2014 flood.

Next Tuesday will mark the 1-year anniversary of the storm that dropped nearly 5-inches of rain over a 6 hour period during the evening of May 12, 2014. Concentrated mostly in southwest Cuyahoga County and Northern Medina County, the storm left in its wake lasting images of flooded roads, parking lots and basements, scoured stream channels and damaged... read more

Spring Time is the Best Time to Plant Streamside Trees

Posted on 04/28/15 by in Educational Outreach

Leaving a 25' vegetated buffer helps stream health.  So keep mowing further than in this instance.

With Earth Day and Arbor Day celebrations of last week fresh in our minds, there is much we can do around our own yard to help the environment and our local water quality - like planting native plants, and reducing our use of fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides. But those of us who live on a stream have a... read more