WVP Upcoming Events

This event list is always growing! Be sure to check in again soon to see what’s been added.

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Event Coding

Primary Event (learning, monitoring, restoration, or outreach): Open to WVP volunteers (at times limited to certified stewards) and eligible for credit towards the Watershed Stewardship Certification; registration via Volgistics; hours are tracked by WVP staff via each event sign-in sheet; WVP staff present; types of primary events include these classifications:

    • Monday Meetups: Monthly sessions with a different watershed group that are a mixture of social, learning, and restoration or monitoring work session
    • Workshop: These sessions have a portions of content learning and demonstrations; could be held indoors or out
    • Talk: These learning sessions deliverer content indoors on a specific watershed topic
    • Work Session: Focus primarily on monitoring or restoration work; prior knowledge is helpful
    • Training: Provides background and procedures for conducting Independent or Special Projects that are done in small teams either as special, occasional projects or independent projects without staff present; click here for projects webpages

Supplemental Event (learning, monitoring, restoration, or outreach): Eligible for WVP service hours; see each event for registration details; hosted by partners with no WVP staff present; report these hours directly into Volgistics

Independent Project (learning, monitoring, restoration, or outreach): Eligible for WVP service hours who have attended training per project; see each project page for details; no WVP staff present; report these hours directly into Volgistics

Public: Open to the public and WVP volunteers are eligible for service hours; indicated with an asterisk (*) at the end of the title


Have further questions about events or registering? Please contact WVP staff at wvpinfo@clevelandmetroparks.com.

April

Supplemental Event: Euclid Creek Water Quality Monitoring Training

Tue, Apr 23, noon - 1:00 p.m. @ Telling Mansion, 4645 Mayfield Rd., South Euclid, OH

Come and learn about the Euclid Creek Watershed Program's volunteer water quality monitoring and how to be a part of it. At this training, you'll learn different ways a stream can be impacted and the monitoring protocol. The training is hands on and outside, so be prepared to get wet! (Supplemental: Learning) | Register with our partners here. | WVP volunteers that attend can submit supplemental hours under (S:L) Conference/Symposium/Workshop/Webinar/Tour.

Work Session: Garlic Mustard Removal*

Wed, Apr 24, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Hinckley Reservation

Help native habitat thrive by removing garlic mustard with Cleveland Metroparks staff. Learn how to identify garlic mustard and how to carefully remove it to reduce seed spread. Come prepared to carefully go off trail with closed toe shoes, long sleeves, and pants. Gloves will be provided. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here.

May: More events to be posted

Training: Field Safety and Sustainability

Fri, May 3, 2 - 3:30 p.m. @ Watershed Stewardship Center, West Creek Reservation, 2277 W. Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH

Let's keep thinking safety and sustainability. This training will take a behavior-based approach to talking about safety and focus on a set of safety principles applicable to multiple situations. Then we will explore best practices for sustainability within Cleveland Metroparks that all volunteers can take part in. This training is highly recommended for any WVP volunteer that plans to assist with monitoring and restoration projects this year; this is a repeat of the March session. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here.

Workshop: Fish ID & Sampling

Sat, May 4, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. @ Old River Farm Picnic Area, North Chagrin Reservation

Join Cleveland Metroparks' aquatic biologist Mike Durkalec to learn about local fish, how park biologists sample fish, and how they use the data to assess the health of our local waterways. The morning will include an electrofishing demonstration as well as a discussion of fish diversity and identification. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here.

Brookside Reservation before and after garlic mustard removal in 2018

Work Session: Garlic Mustard Removal*

Sun, May 5, 1 - 4 p.m. @ Hinckley Reservation

Help native habitat thrive by removing garlic mustard with Cleveland Metroparks staff. Learn how to identify garlic mustard and how to carefully remove it to reduce spread. Come prepared to carefully go off trail with closed toe shoes, long sleeves, and pants. Gloves will be provided. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here.

Work Session: Garlic Mustard Removal

Tue, May 7, 6 - 8:30 p.m. @ Sulphur Springs, South Chagrin Reservation

Help native habitat thrive by removing garlic mustard with Cleveland Metroparks staff. Learn how to identify garlic mustard and how to carefully remove it to reduce spread. Come prepared to carefully go off trail and through streams for three miles with closed toe shoes, long sleeves, and pants. Gloves will be provided. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here.

Work Session: Chagrin River Macroinvertebrate Monitoring

Wed, May 8, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. @ Old River Farm Picnic Area, North Chagrin Reservation

Help measure the water quality of the Chagrin River as part of the Ohio Wild and Scenic Rivers Program. Learn to seine (net) and identify the aquatic macro-invertebrates (insects) living in the river that are indicators of water quality with Cleveland Metroparks Aquatic Research Coordinator, Claire Weldon. This event is weather-dependent. Rain date scheduled for following Wed, May 15, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Open to 15 registered WVP volunteers. (Monitoring) | WVP volunteers register here.

Work Session: Rain Gardening*

Sat, May 11, 9:30 a.m. - noon @ Klusner Avenue, Parma

Rain gardens are beautiful and functional. They help control stormwater runoff and filter pollutants, which is the number one source of pollution in our waterways. Learn more about rain gardens and assist with caring for the community rain gardens within West Creek watershed. Wear closed toe shoes. Tools, gloves, and instructions provided. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here.

Not a WVP volunteer? Email to register at wvpinfo@clevelandmetroparks.com.

Work Session: Rain Gardening*

Mon, May 13, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. @ W. Parkhaven Drive, Parma

Rain gardens are beautiful and functional. They help control stormwater runoff and filter pollutants, which is the number one source of pollution in our waterways. Learn more about rain gardens and assist with caring for the community rain gardens within West Creek watershed. Wear closed toe shoes. Tools, gloves, and instructions provided. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here.

Not a WVP volunteer? Email to register at wvpinfo@clevelandmetroparks.com.

Supplemental Event: Wetland Planting*

Thu, May 16, 9 a.m. - noon (rain date: May 17) @ Willoughby-Eastlake School of Innovation, 32500 Chardon Rd Willoughby Hills, OH

Assist in the installation of wetland plants in newly created wetlands behind Willoughby-Eastlake School of Innovation. The project will result in a streambank stabilization demonstration site in the Euclid Creek Watershed. Bring ID and sign-in at schools front desk. Dress for weather and working in wet areas. (Supplemental: Restoration) | Register here with Euclid Creek Watershed Program Manager; not in Volgistics only. | WVP volunteers that participate, please submit supplemental hours under (S:R) Watershed Partner Restoration Project.

Training: Integrated Vegetation Management Session 1

Thu, May 16, 6:30 - 8 p.m. @ Watershed Stewardship Center classroom, 2277 W. Ridgewood Dr, Parma, OH

This two-part training is for those interested in assisting with selective herbicide application for invasive plant control. Limited to 15 WVP stewards by invitation only that will commit to three invasive plant removal work sessions in 2019 with volunteer groups or Natural Resources staff.

Session 1 will be a classroom session to introduce the Ohio Department of Agriculture's Trained Serviceperson requirements, plus specific training from Cleveland Metroparks Natural Resources manuals.

Session 2 will be a field practicum on Fri, May 31 at 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (rain date: Fri, Jun 7 same time) in Brecksville Reservation, where we will put our classroom training to work at a recently-acquired site in Brecksville Reservation.

Advance registration is required. Attendance at Session 1 is a prerequisite for registration for Session 2. (Restoration) | By invite only

Supplemental Event: Wetland and Stream Cleanup*

Sat, May 18 (River Day), 10 a.m. - noon @ Wildwood Park Shelter, Euclid Creek Reservation, E. 174th St. and Lakeshore Blvd, Cleveland, OH

Help with spring cleaning of Wildwood Park within Euclid Creek watershed. Clean up trash, remove invasive plants like Garlic Mustard, and assist with other maintenance activities in the wetland and streamside at the Wildwood Lacustrine Wetland. Dress for the weather wearing long sleeves, pants, boots or closed toe work shoes. Recommended to bring water and work gloves. Trash bags and tools will be provided. (Supplemental: Restoration) | Register with our partners here. | WVP volunteers that attend can submit supplemental hours under (S:R) Watershed Partner Restoration Project.

Monday MeetUp: Walk the Greens*

Mon, May 20, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Summit Metro Parks Valley View Golf Club, Akron

For the past three years, Summit Metro Parks has been transforming a 200-acre golf course into a natural area and premiere recreational destination. Come walk the greens …. now fields and streams, and learn about the trials and tribulations that created this natural space. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here.

WVP volunteers that attend four out of the six MeetUps from Jan to Jun will be invited to a special water excursion with WVP staff.

Supplemental Event: Garlic Mustard Removal*

Tue, May 21, 6 - 8:30 p.m. @ Hemlock Creek Picnic Area, Bedford Reservation

Help native habitat thrive by removing garlic mustard with our watershed partner-- Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners. Learn how to identify garlic mustard and how to carefully remove it to reduce spread. Come prepared to carefully go off trail with closed toe shoes, long sleeves, and pants. Gloves will be provided. (Supplemental: Restoration) | Register with our partners here. | WVP volunteers that attend can submit supplemental hours under (S:R) Watershed Partner Restoration Project.

Looking down the new cobble riffle pool complex @ West Creek restoration site, Photo by Biohabitats

Native Planting Along West Creek

Wed, May 29, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Restoration site, 7800 Broadview Rd, Parma, OH

Help put the finishing touches on a restoration project along West Creek and learn about the unique approach to urban stream restoration. The project focused on restoring 525 linear feet of West Creek, which had been straightened, entrenched and disconnected from its floodplain. The approach was to restore floodplain connectivity and aquatic habitat by installing a series of cobble riffles, a multi-thread channel, and boulder cascades. Together, we will plant 250 native plant plugs along the stream to complete the project. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here.

Training: Integrated Vegetation Management Session 2

Fri, May 31, 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (rain date: Fri, Jun 7) @ Brecksville Reservation

This is the second session of the two-part training is for those interested in assisting with selective herbicide application for invasive plant control. Limited to 15 WVP stewards by invitation only that will commit to three invasive plant removal work sessions in 2019 with volunteer groups or Natural Resources staff.

Advance registration is required. Attendance at Session 1 is a prerequisite for registration for Session 2. (Restoration) | By invite only

June: More events to be posted

Monday MeetUp: Monitoring with Ohio EPA*

Mon, Jun 3, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Summit Metro Parks Furnace Run, 4955 Townsend Rd., Richfield 44286

We will meet up with Ohio Environmental Protection Agency's Bill Zawiski to learn about the ways Ohio EPA monitors water quality in the state. Biological evaluations using fish and macroinvertebrates as indicators will be discussed and we will attempt to collect live specimens in the stream. If you want to join in stream, wear clothes and footwear that can get wet. We will also talk about other ways to evaluate water quality using a water quality multimeter and the Ohio Sediment Stick. As always safety first, if stream flows are elevated and unsafe to get in, we can still talk and use the meters from the stream edge. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

WVP volunteers that attend four out of the six MeetUps from Jan to Jun will be invited to a special water excursion with WVP staff.

Bill Zawiski, OEPA

Euclid Creek Cleanup*

Sat, Jun 8, 9 a.m. - noon @ Rear Quarry Picnic Area, Euclid Creek Reservation

Join a WVP Certified Watershed Steward who has taken initiative to organize Euclid Creek watershed cleanups in partnership with Cuyahoga County Soil & Water Conservation District. Meet at the Quarry Picnic Area to remove trash throughout the area before it flows downstream. Closed toed sturdy shoes are required and long pants and sleeves are highly recommended. Bring a water bottle and snack. We will work on uneven terrain rain or shine. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

Not a WVP Volunteer? Register with our partners here.

Photo by Susan Bryan, Washtenaw County Water Resources

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Didn't get in the this workshop? Here are other opportunities to check out:

Lake County Master Rain Gardener Class starting Wednesday July 31 | Details can be found here.

Northeast Ohio Conservation Groups online course coming soon | Details can be found here.

Washtenaw County Online Course | Details can be found here.

Workshop: Master Rain Gardener Five- Week Course*

Thu, Jun 13, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.@ Watershed Stewardship Center, West Creek Reservation, 2277 W. Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH

Come train to become a Master Rain Gardener. Learn to design, dig and plant your own rain garden. Share your knowledge and become your community's expert on rain gardens. At the end of this 5-session course, you will become a Master Rain Gardener! Rain gardens capture and soak in rainwater that runs off hard surfaces like roofs and driveways while filtering pollutants that would otherwise flow to our storm drains and into our creeks and streams.

Participants must attend all five classes, and then either plant a new rain garden, rehab a rain garden, or adopt a public rain garden to receive their Master RAIN Gardener certificate. Hosted by Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner's Office, Cleveland Metroparks, and NEO-PIPE. Course fee is $50.

Course meets each of these dates each at 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Thu, Jun 13; Thu, Jun 20; Wed, Jun 26; Thu, Jul 11; Thu, Jul 18. (Supplemental: Learning) | Full

WVP volunteers that participate can submit supplemental hours under (S:L) Master Rain Gardener Course.

WVP Outreach Table: River Rally

Sat, Jun 22 - Mon, Jun 24, various shift options @ Westin Downtown, Cleveland, OH

Share your watershed knowledge and passion! Represent Watershed Volunteer Program and connect with river and water leaders from across the country. More info about the event can be found here. (Independent Project: Outreach) | WVP volunteers register here for the shift that works best for you- 9 - 11:30 a.m. or 2 - 4:30 p.m. on Sat and Sun; 7 - 11:30 a.m. on Mon. WVP volunteers that participate must submit hours under '(IP:O) WVP Table' assignment post event.

WVP Outreach Table: Cuyahoga River Homecoming

Fri, Jun 21, various shift options @ Cascade Valley Metro Park, Akron, OH

Share your watershed knowledge and passion! Represent Watershed Volunteer Program with information and an interactive activity that helps kids and adults make a connection with watershed stewardship. This will also be an opportunity to recruit new WVP participants. More info about the event can be found here. (Independent Project: Outreach) | WVP volunteers register here for the shift that works best for you- 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. or 12 - 3:30 p.m. WVP volunteers that participate must submit hours under '(IP:O) WVP Table' assignment post event.

WVP Outreach Table: Cuyahoga River Celebration

Sat, Jun 22, various shift options @ Merwin's Wharf, 1785 Merwin Avenue, Cleveland, OH

Share your watershed knowledge and passion! Represent Watershed Volunteer Program with information and an interactive activity that helps kids and adults make a connection with watershed stewardship. This will also be an opportunity to recruit new WVP participants. More info about the event to come. (Independent Project: Outreach) | WVP volunteers register here for the shift that works best for you- 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., 1 - 4 p.m., or 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. WVP volunteers that participate must submit hours under '(IP:O) WVP Table' assignment post event.

WVP Outreach Table: Cuyahoga50 at North Coast Harbor

Sun, Jun 23, various shift options @ Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, OH

Share your watershed knowledge and passion! Represent Watershed Volunteer Program with information and an interactive activity that helps kids and adults make a connection with watershed stewardship. This will also be an opportunity to recruit new WVP participants. More info about the event here. (Independent Project: Outreach) | WVP volunteers register here for the shift that works best for you- 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., 1 - 4 p.m., or 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. WVP volunteers that participate must submit hours under '(IP:O) WVP Table' assignment post event.

July: More events to be posted

Work Session: Chagrin River Macroinvertebrate Monitoring

Wed, Jul 10, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. @ Old River Farm Picnic Area, North Chagrin Reservation

Help measure the water quality of the Chagrin River as part of the Ohio Wild and Scenic Rivers Program. Learn to seine (net) and identify the aquatic macro-invertebrates (insects) living in the river that are indicators of water quality with Cleveland Metroparks Aquatic Research Coordinator, Claire Weldon. This event is weather-dependent. Rain date scheduled for following Wed, July 17, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Open to 15 registered WVP volunteers. (Monitoring) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

View of Chagrin River

Monday MeetUp: What's Up with Chagrin River*

Mon, Jul 15, 6 - 7:30 p.m. @ North Chagrin Nature Center, North Chagrin Reservation, 401 Buttermilk Falls Parkway, Willoughby Hills 44094

Learn more about Chagrin River Watershed Partners’ (CRWP) and their efforts to preserve and restore the Chagrin River watershed and beyond. CRWP staff will also share information on upcoming workshops, events and volunteer opportunities. There will be light refreshments and short hike to learn more about green infrastructure. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

Talk: Cuyahoga 50th Legal History and Future

**DATE CHANGE** Wed, July 17, 6 - 7:30 p.m. @ Canalway Center, Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation, 4524 East 49th Street, Cuyahoga Heights

Learn the legal history before and after the fire on the Cuyahoga River 50 years ago (June 22). Hear from several local legal officers on recent changes to Federal Regulations and where we go from here. Panelist will include: Lou McMahon and Keely J. O'Bryan attorneys with McMahon Degulis LLP; and Rosalina M. Fini, Chief Legal & Ethics Officer with Cleveland Metroparks. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here.

August: More events to be posted

Workshop: Aquatic Flora

Sat, Aug 3, 1 – 3:30 p.m. @ E. 72nd Fishing Area, Lakefront Reservation, Cleveland

Survey the underwater forests of the Cleveland Harbor with the Aquatic Invasive Species Strike Team. Gain practical experience identifying native and invasive aquatic vegetation in this hands-on workshop. Participants will rotate stations and sample from the banks and on the crew’s boat. (Monitoring) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

WVP Outreach Table: Backyard Nature Bash

Sat, Aug 17, various shift options @ Watershed Stewardship Center, West Creek Reservation, 2277 W. Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH

Share your watershed knowledge and #NEOWaterSteward experience. We’re looking for a few watershed stewards to lead an outreach display and activity that helps kids and adults increase watershed stewardship in their backyards. This will also be an opportunity to recruit new WVP participants. (Independent Project: Outreach) | Registration coming soon.

Euclid Creek Cleanup*

Sat, Aug 17, 9 a.m. - noon @ Rear Quarry Picnic Area, Euclid Creek Reservation

Join a WVP Certified Watershed Steward who has taken initiative to organize Euclid Creek watershed cleanups in partnership with Cuyahoga County Soil & Water Conservation District. Meet at the Quarry Picnic Area to remove trash throughout the area before it flows downstream. Closed toed sturdy shoes are required and long pants and sleeves are highly recommended. Bring a water bottle and snack. We will work on uneven terrain rain or shine. (Restoration) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

Not a WVP Volunteer? Register with our partners here.

Monday MeetUp: What's Up with Tinker's Creek + Certified Watershed Steward Presentation*

Mon, Aug 26, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Aurora Shores HOA, 863 COLLICA Cove, Aurora 44202

Tour the native plantings that will were recently installed to address chronic stormwater and flooding issues. Tinker's Creek Watershed Partners received a grant from the Bingham Foundation to help mitigate these issues by planting native species that naturally take up stormwater. The tour will include an explanation of species chosen and why, how these new plants will function in the landscape, and information on how participants can install something similar on their own property. Join us in recognizing the newest certified watershed stewards at the start of this MeetUp. (Learning) | WVP volunteers register here two months prior.

September: More events to be posted

Monday MeetUp: What's Up with Euclid Creek*

Mon, Sept 9, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Willoughby Hills-Eastlake School of Innovation, 32500 Chardon Rd, Willoughby Hills, 44094

Join Friends of Euclid Creek for a tour of the stream restoration project on the East Branch of Euclid Creek behind Willoughby Hills-Eastlake School of Innovation. Wear mud appropriate clothing.More details soon. (Learning) | Registration coming soon.

Work Session: Chagrin River Macroinvertebrate Monitoring

Wed, Sept 11, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. @ Old River Farm Picnic Area, North Chagrin Reservation

Help measure the water quality of the Chagrin River as part of the Ohio Wild and Scenic Rivers Program. Learn to seine (net) and identify the aquatic macro-invertebrates (insects) living in the river that are indicators of water quality with Cleveland Metroparks Aquatic Research Coordinator, Claire Weldon. This event is weather-dependent. Rain date scheduled for following Wed, Sept 18, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Open to 15 registered WVP volunteers. (Monitoring) | Registration coming soon.

WVP Outreach Table: Clean Water Fest*

Sat, Sept 21, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. @ NEORSD, 4747 East 49th Street, Cuyahoga Heights

Come learn about the Sewer District's work and the investment that helped the Cuyahoga transform from a once-burning river to a destination worthy of Cleveland's pride. There will be giveaways, tours, activities, and more to celebrate #RiverReborn. Details here. (Independent Project: Outreach) | Registration coming soon.

WVP Outreach Table: Ingenuity Fest*

Fri-Sun, Sept 27-29 @ Hamilton Collaborative, 5401 Hamilton Ave., Cleveland

Ingenuity Cleveland ignites the spark of creativity among artists, entrepreneurs and innovators of all types, through joy and collaboration, in service to civic progress in our region. Details here. (Independent Project: Outreach) | Registration coming soon.

October: More events to be posted

Supplemental Event: Euclid Creek Cleanup*

Sat, Oct 12, 9 a.m. - noon @ Quarry Picnic Area, Euclid Creek Reservation

Join a WVP Certified Watershed Steward who has taken initiative to organize Euclid Creek watershed cleanups in partnership with Cuyahoga County Soil & Water Conservation District. Meet at the Quarry Picnic Area to remove trash throughout the area before it flows downstream. Closed toed sturdy shoes are required and long pants and sleeves are highly recommended. Bring a water bottle and snack. We will work on uneven terrain rain or shine. (Supplemental: Restoration) | Register with our partners here. | WVP volunteers that attend can submit supplemental hours under (S:R) Watershed Partner Restoration Project.

Monday MeetUp: What's Up with Rocky River*

Mon, Oct 7, 6 - 8 p.m. @ Bonnie Park Picnic Area, Mill Stream Run Reservation

Find out how the volunteer-driven Rocky River Watershed Council (RRWC) is working to restore and protect the Rocky River and its tributaries. Recent and ongoing restoration projects will be highlighted – with a focus on projects along the East Branch of the river, including stream restoration projects at Royalton Farms and Bonnie Park. (Learning) | Registration coming soon.

WVP Outreach Table: Watershed Festival hosted by Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners

Sat, Oct 12 @ Bedford Reservation

More details soon. (Independent Project: Outreach)

November: More events to be posted

Monday MeetUp: What's Up with Black River*

Mon, Nov 4, 6 -8 p.m. @ Watershed Stewardship Center, West Creek Reservation, 2277 W. Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH

Meet the movers and cleaners of the Black River watershed. LoCo 'Yaks will share their work at the Facilitating Organization for the Black River AOC (Area of Concern) Advisory Committee and provider of the local Marine Debris Prevention Educational Programs. Recah (Ford) Troutman, Natural Resource Conservation Technician of Lorain County Metro Parks, will talk about their conservation efforts in the Black River watershed. (Learning) | Registration coming soon.

December: More events to be posted

Monday MeetUp: Watershed Volunteer Program Potluck + Certified Watershed Steward Presentation*

Mon, Dec 9, 6 -8 p.m. @ Watershed Stewardship Center, West Creek Reservation, 2277 W. Ridgewood Drive Parma, OH

Come celebrate a great year of the Watershed Volunteer Program! We will award the newest certified watershed stewards and the outstanding stewards of 2019. Together, we will review highlights from the year and all our NEO watershed stewardship accomplishments. We invite you to bring your favorite fall dish to share and guests. (Learning) | Registration coming soon.