Be a Euclid Creek Watershed Champion
This year, we have started a campaign to spread the news about things you can do to help restore Euclid Creek.
We are asking you to Take Action: in your yard, by the creek, and in your community.
Pledge to take at least three watershed friendly actions in your yard and at least one action in your community to become a Euclid Creek Watershed Champion and earn your very own Champion sign!
The champion pledge is available at our website (euclidcreekwatershed.org) or you can request a paper pledge form from our Euclid Creek Watershed Program Manager (email@example.com or 216-524-6580 ext 1002).
Congratulations to Kelly Butauski, our first Euclid Creek Watershed Champion! In her yard, Kelly has pledged to leave her leaves as mulch or compost, save water by not watering the lawn, as well as practice mindful use (or no use at all) of chemicals, nutrients and pesticides. Kelly is a Friends of Euclid Creek Education Committee member. In addition, she lets her neighbors know about habits they can take to help Euclid Creek. She also volunteers at Euclid Creek Watershed stream cleanups. Thank you, Kelly, for being a Champion for Euclid Creek!
One action you can take is to volunteer. We have plenty of events coming up this year with more on the way. www.euclidcreekwatershed.org/euclid-creek/events
NEW THIS YEAR: Bi-Monthly Euclid Creek Reservation Stream Cleanups:
Saturdays April 13, June 8, August 17, and October 12 from 9am-12pm
Thanks to Cleveland Metroparks Watershed Volunteer Emily Brown for leading this new effort!
Euclid Creek Watershed Program Manager working out of Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District office.