Euclid Creek Blog

Think Spring This Winter!

Posted on 12/08/15 by Kelly in Educational Outreach

Photo credit: Don Torino

As the temperatures drop and many critters settle in for a long winter's nap or fly the coop, many other critters stick around to brave the storm. Many people opt to help out the little guys (and some not so little guys) by putting out various types of feeders, myself included. While this is done with the best... read more

Catching up with FOEC's First Scholarship Winner - Annie Roberto

Posted on 12/01/15 by Friends of Euclid Creek in Friends of Euclid Creek

We caught up with Annie Roberto, who was the first recipient of our annual scholarship prize in 2014. FOEC: How did you spend the money you received from Friends of Euclid Creek (FOEC)? ANNIE: The award money was spent on my fall 2014 semester at Tri-C on two classes, Biology and Probability & Statistics, as well as books. It was... read more

Giving Thanks to the Earth

Posted on 11/25/15 by Brent in Educational Outreach

photo: NASA

Thanksgiving truly is my favorite holiday. There is so much to be thankful for during this time of year; family, friends, and health to name just a few. It’s a time when families, friends, and even strangers gather to share a meal and company. During this time remember to pause for a moment and reflect on Earth, this... read more

First Euclid Creek Watershed Summit Recap

Posted on 11/18/15 by in Euclid Creek Watershed

Mayor Gorden welcoming attendees

On November 12, Euclid Creek Watershed Program partners came together to celebrate the successes of the program over the past fourteen years. This meeting was the first of its kind in gathering all watershed communities, watershed council and committee members, Friends of Euclid Creek members, and partner agency representatives in one room to meet and greet and to... read more

Solving Stream Problems in Your Back Yard Series - Think Twice before Removing that Log Jam

Posted on 11/13/15 by Jared in Rocky River Watershed

A collection of Large Woody Debris (LWD)  in the North Branch of the Rocky River.  LWD like this benefits the river in many ways.

*This is the fourth post in a continuing series on backyard stream management.* Rivers and streams in our part of the world have four main functions in the landscape. First, and most obviously, they convey water downstream. From the ground water that feeds their base flow to the surface runoff they receive during storms, this is their most apparent... read more


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