Cuyahoga River Restoration

(formerly Cuyahoga River Community Planning)

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

 

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Events and Activities - Get involved!

Events

2018 CUYAHOGA AOC SYMPOSIUM

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26

at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium

Coffee, Carbs and Registration at 8:30am,

Program 9:00am to 3pm-ish

 

Save your space! Get all the updates on everything AOC (and that's a lot.)

Join us for the day and find out what's going on and what's coming up.

There'll be networking, news, and a little fun.

Registration includes lunch, too.

 

REGISTER HERE

or text AOC18 to 51555

 

WANT TO EXHIBIT?

You can use the same registration link or text to grab a table. Exhibitor registration includes two attendees, lunches, promotion, all the good stuff.

For more information, contact info@cuyahogariver.org

or call 216-241-2414 x610

 

Thanks to our 2018 Symposium Sponsors!

News

NEORSD's big tunnel helps bring life back to Mill Creek

Fish counts are up, thanks to improved water quality and the reduction in sewer overflows.

Read the story in the October 30 issue of the PD.

 

The Cuyahoga River: Four things you might want to know

Jim McCarty recaps highlights of the Focus on the Future symposium.

 

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

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."

 

On the Radio:

'Mistake on the Lake' cleans up its River

Allegheny Front's Julie Grant caught up with us on Earth Day for a progress report that was broadcast on local public radio stations. Read or stream the story here.

 

Kasich signs Executive Order to further protect Lake Erie -

On February 11, Governor Kasich signed an executive order providing the Ohio EPA Director with the authority to prohibit open lake disposal of dredge material in Lake Erie if the material could result in higher levels of chemicals that bioaccumulate in fish, such as PCBs, or if disposal would violate any international treaties or compacts.

One result will be to ensure that dredge material from Cleveland Harbor and the Cuyahoga River is disposed of in a confined disposal facility.

Read the news release.

Read the Executive Order

Read the Fact Sheet

 

 

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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