Euclid Creek Wildwood Wetland and Stream Restoration Celebration

Before Restoration - Island covered with invasive Japanese knotweed plant

Please join the Euclid Creek Watershed Program Partners as we celebrate the wetland and stream restoration project on Euclid Creek.  The event will be held on Wednesday, July 10, from 5:00-7:00pm at the Cleveland Metroparks Euclid Creek Reservation – Wildwood Lakefront Park at the Picnic Pavilion. 

This public meeting and tour celebrates the creation of a 2.3-acre wetland near the mouth of Euclid Creek and Lake Erie. Several speakers will briefly discuss the wetland and stream restoration project, followed by a ~ 1-mile hike around the site noting wildlife present and historic features preserved through the project. Meet the project partners pivotal in making this project happen and learn why a restoration project of this scale is important to Euclid Creek and Lake Erie. This $1.4 million restoration project was funded through a Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 

For more information, call or email Euclid Creek Watershed Coordinator Claire Posiusat 216-524-6580 x16 or Or see the detailed event flyer at

Claire Posius

I'm the Euclid Creek Watershed Coordinator working out of Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District office.

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