Friends of the Crooked River was formed in 1990 in order to give the 100 mile length of the Cuyahoga River a voice. We are, in one sense, the mouth of the Cuyahoga.
Our purpose is to educate the residents of Northeast Ohio to the value of this important watershed. We depend upon the Cuyahoga for our drinking water, wastewater disposal, agriculture, industry, shipping, recreation and wildlife habitat. Its far reaching impact on our lives should temper our view of the Crooked River with care, concern, and deep respect for all the Crooked River gives to us.
Please spend some time on our site exploring the Cuyahoga River. Best of all, spend some time exploring the River in person.
We meet the third Thursday of each month. Meetings start at 7:00 PM. They are held at 1664 Main Street, Peninsula, Ohio. Enter through the rear door. All are welcome.