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Inspiring Innovation

Posted on 10/27/20 by Carla in Storm Water Services

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

Youth Groups are Serving up Conservation

Posted on 10/20/20 by Jacki in Educational Outreach

Highland Hills

In these uncertain times, it is comforting to know that the next generation is ready and willing to step up to improve and protect our environment. With youth from small, locally organized groups to members of large organizations like Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, a variety of conservation projects are happening around the county with safety precautions in... read more

Give a Hand to Friends of Lower Lake!

Posted on 10/13/20 by Meg in Educational Outreach

A happy group of volunteers planting trees Sunday October 11th 2020.

Yesterday I had the privilege of working with one of the fantastic volunteer groups we have here in Northeast Ohio: Friends of Lower Lake. Working mainly in ten communities around Shaker Heights and Cleveland Heights, this group focuses on removing invasive species, cleaning up trash, and planting native species around the Lower Lake Park near the Nature Center at... read more

Vote! Vote! Vote!

Posted on 10/06/20 by Megan in Storm Water Services

Sun setting on Lake Erie

Have you heard there is a big election this year? I’m sure you have! COVID-19 has touched every aspect of our lives in 2020, including the way many people are approaching the polls. I think the silver lining about this election year is that we are planning and preparing more than we have before. As we plan the... read more

Let’s Begin Again

Posted on 10/01/20 by Elizabeth in Friends of Euclid Creek

At the beginning of 2020, we could see real progress on environmental issues. People and stores were beginning to reduce the use of plastic bags. Many of us were bringing in our own reusable bags. Restaurants were allowing customers to use their own refill cups, and we could often give the server a food container to use if... read more