Cuyahoga River Restoration

(formerly Cuyahoga River Community Planning)

Restoring, revitalizing and protecting the Cuyahoga River watershed and nearshore Lake Erie

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Thanks to the CWRU fraternity brothers for depaving at Community Greenhouse Partners!

Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Walters loves our river! Watch the video and see why.

Fish habitat tour was a hit!

Twas a perfect day to scout for fish habitat sites along the ship channel. Thanks, Steve Litt, Doug Paige, Dick Pace, Elaine Price, Jenn Grieser, Brooke, Karla, Jim Ridge, Mike Durkalec, Melinda Gigante, Halina and all the students for coming, Terry Schwarz for arranging, OEEF for funding.

Brecksville dam demolition not expected until 2019

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Well, the anglers are happy that the steelhead will still bunch up below the dam. But we, and the fish, would really like this barrier gone.

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Habitat for Hard Places...fish are finding new rest stops in the ship channel!

Take a virtual dive to see how the fish habitats collect organic matter that provides food and shelter to Cuyahoga fish. Notice how murky the water is. Watch it all the way through.

Photo: Steve Litt, Plain Dealer

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Plain Dealer's James McCarty makes a shocking discovery and finds there's more to life (and more life) on the Cuyahoga

Yes, the two fish pictured above are perch, which are great to find in the river, but read his story in the Sunday 9/13 PD and on cleveland.com to see what else he found on his trip with NEORSD crews.

Hint: It starts with "wall" and ends with "eye."

 

Cuyahoga River Restoration

c/o Cuyahoga River Community Planning
1299 Superior Ave. E • Cleveland, OH 44114
216-241-2414 • info@cuyahogariver.org

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