2022 EVENTS 

"Friends of Euclid Creek Kick-Off Meeting"
Tuesday, February 22, 6:00 p.m. 
Highland Heights Community Center
5827 Highland Rd., Highland Hts.
Registration Closed

Find out what Friends of Euclid Creek is all about and how you can help our environment!

“Lake Erie Algae, Research Efforts, Nutrient Loading, and Decision Making.”
Chris Winslow, PhD, The Ohio State University

March 29, Tuesday @ 6:30 pm via Zoom
Registration Closed

Christopher Winslow, PhD is the Director of the Ohio Sea Grant College Program and The Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory. He is currently managing >150 grants totaling $14,000,000 in areas such as algal bloom science, fisheries, green infrastructure, dredging, crude oil transport, and pharmaceutical and personal care products. Winslow’s recent publications include topics such as phosphorous reduction, usage impairment criteria for large waterbodies, and fish passage through man-made structures in Lake Erie.

“Green Yards and Healthy Homes”
Elizabeth Hiser, Euclid Creek Watershed Program Manager 

April 26, Tuesday @ 6:00 pm 
Collinwood Recreation Center
16300 Lakeshore Blvd, Cleveland

This Event Has Been Canceled

Learn how to replace chemicals in your yard and home with a few inexpensive, all-natural, effective ingredients to create a healthy habitat for all. presented in partnership with Cuy. Soil & Water Conservation District.

"Friends of Euclid Creek Annual Meeting & Picnic"
          Saturday, June, 4 @ 1:00 p.m.
Wildwood Picnic Shelter
16975 Wildwood Dr., Cleveland

Registration Has Closed

We hope to see you all there for our Annual Scholarship Announcement, potluck, trail walk, and great fun with current and future members of Friends of Euclid Creek.  Register today!

"The Cuyahoga River Area of Concern:
What Does Euclid Creek Have to do with it?”

Bill Hughes AOC, Vice-Chair of the Cuyahoga River AOC  Advisory Committee 

Tuesday, August 23, at 6:00 PM via Zoom  
Registration Has Closed

The presentation will cover some history of the binational Great Lakes Area of Concern (AOC) program, progress on improving the Cuyahoga River through the AOC program and how Euclid Creek fits into the Cuyahoga River AOC. 

“Trashy Streams and Beaches:  Plastic Pollution in our 
Waters and What We Can Do About It ”
Anne Jefferson, Kent State University

          Tuesday, September, 20 @ 6:30 p.m.
Beachwood Public Library
25501 Shaker Blvd, Beachwood, OH 44122
Registration Has Closed

Anne will share the work that her team is doing to measure the amount and types of trash in Cleveland's urban streams, including Euclid Creek, and at Euclid Beach. She will also talk about how trash gets into our waterways, what effects it has, and what we can do to enjoy litter-free lakes and streams.

 “Ecology of the Green Creek Escarpment Ravine”
Roy Larick, PhD, Bluestone Heights 

          Saturday, October, 15 @ 2:00 p.m.
Park/meet at the Euclid Foursquare Church 
18950 Euclid Ave, Euclid, OH 44117 

Registration Full

Green Creek has carved a 20-acre ravine into the Portage Escarpment, a small version of Euclid Creek's escarpment gorge. In 1883, the Euclid Railroad used the ravine to reach quarries on Euclid and Nine Mile Creeks in Bluestone village. Clear-cut at this time, the ravine quickly reforested in species tolerant of early suburban disturbance: red oak, sugar maple and black locust. Unmaintained since being abandoned in 1967, the railroad terrace is slumping into the stream. Bluestone is looking to assess this erosion problem with a goal to re-naturalize much of the ravine. We will hike the old roadbed to see the forest, the erosion and the surprising beauty of this escarpment ravine.  This hike is rated as moderately difficult.  There is one narrow passage along the stream bank.  If it has rained recently, parts of the trail will be muddy/slippery. 

Friends of Euclid Creek Holiday Party   
Tuesday, December, 6 @ 6:00 p.m.

Mulligan's Highland Heights
6131 Highland Rd, Highland Heights, OH

Come join us for a great time with your Friends of Euclid Creek!  The party will run from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.