David Stradling, Ph.D., author of “Where the River Burned: Carl Stokes and the Struggle to Save Cleveland,” discusses the Cuyahoga River fire and it’s place in Cleveland’s, and our nation’s, history.
The latest edition of the City of Akron’s Rosie Report has great news for Northeast Ohioans. Read about the new bicycle route along Main Street. Let’s have a cheer for a Sustainable Akron. Other news brings a BLAST notice as … Continued
In response, the County’s Department of Sustainability partnered with the GreenCityBlueLake Institute to put together a summary of some of the key sustainability issues communities are addressing today. This toolkit — with useful recommendations in a concise format — is … Continued
Read about changes to the towpath in the latest edition of the Rosie Report: Volume 1 Issue 2 – April 2016.
Akron Waterways Renewed has a newsletter on its progress related the CSO and IP programs. Take a quick look of their progress in relieving the Little Cuyahoga and Cuyahoga Rivers of overflow sewage.
DWMAPS The Drinking Water Mapping Application to Protect Source Waters or DWMAPS is EPA’s online mapping tool to help you find information about drinking water in your community. Information about DWMAPS DWMAPS Tool DWMAPS User Guide
Which dams are being considered for removal? The Gorge Dam and the Brecksville (Route 82) dams are currently being studied for removal. Dams in Kent, Munroe Falls and Cuyahoga Falls have been bypassed or removed. What are the benefits to … Continued