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Winter Watershed Protection Tips – Lake Erie Starts Here!  

Happy Holidays! from The Euclid Creek Watershed Program 
Euclid Creek Watershed Winter 2016/2017 Newsletter 
Euclid Creek Watershed November 2016 Newsletter

2016 Summer/Fall Euclid Creek Watershed Info

2016 Lake Erie Starts Here Poster

2016 Lake Erie Starts Here – Putting Your Garden to Bed in the Fall

Euclid Creek Watershed September/October 2016 Newsletter

Euclid Creek Watershed August/September 2016 Newsletter

Euclid Creek Watershed Update – Summer 2016

Euclid Creek Watershed Annual Meeting / Summit – 5pm, Thursday, October 8, 2016
Be Wise and Don’t Fertilize Our Great Lake
Backyard Habitat Stewards Training
Wildwood Park Fall Wetland Cleanup Day 
Rain Barrel Workshops in Euclid and Mayfield Village

Here is the webpage for our education theme for the year, Lake Erie Starts Here. Also, here is a link to our blog page which has more informal articles on stormwater topics authored by CSWCD staff and FOEC members.

Below is a schedule of the deliverables for the rest of the year:

Ø  Third Article – mid September
Ø  Annual Education Poster – mid September
Ø  Targeted Mailing – mid September
Ø  Fourth Article – December
Ø  Winter Newsletter – December
Ø  2017 Outreach Strategy –January 2017
Ø  2016 PIPE report –February/early March 2017


Euclid Creek Watershed Program – July 2016 News

Euclid Creek Spring Newsletter

The Euclid Creek Watershed Program – March 2016 News

Lake Erie Starts Here Save & Exit

PIPE Program – Monthly Tip for December
All 2015 Calendar Tips

Hold the Salt! And other Winter Watershed Protection Tips

Euclid Creek Watershed Update – October 2015 Edition

Link to the Euclid Creek Watershed’s Distribution Email of Upcoming Events & Volunteer Opportunities

Yard Waste Polluting Our Waterways
Adopt a Low (Road) Salt Habit!
Latex Paint Disposal
Be Wise and Don’t Fertilize Lake Erie! Ways You Can Help Toxic Algae Blooms in our Great Lake
ReImaging Your Lawn – How YOU can have a Healthy Lawn that Promotes Clean Water and Enhances Wildlife Habitat
Euclid Creek Watershed – Links to Basement Flooding  Survey
Streamside Trees: Improving Water Quality While Protecting Property
The Importance of Native Plants
Taking Root for Conservation

Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District

It’s Not Hard To Have A HealthyYard
Storm Water – Slow It Down,
Spread It Out, Soak It In
Steer Clear of Pollutants
Clean Storm Water Starts atHome