Economic Benefits of Reducing Harmful Algae Presentation
Aug
14
11:30 AM11:30

Economic Benefits of Reducing Harmful Algae Presentation

  • University of Toledo Lake Erie Center (map)
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REGION-WIDE ECONOMIC BENEFITS IN THE LAKE ERIE REGION EXPECTED IF PHOSPHORUS/HARMFUL ALGAE REDUCTIONS ARE ACHIEVED

Benefits to: beach-goers and recreational anglers, property owners, and water treatment plants

Where: University of Toledo Lake Erie Center 6200 Bayshore Rd. Oregon, Ohio 43616

When: August 14 at 11:30 am. A webinar will follow the press conference and presentation at 12:30. Register for the webinar here:

Who: Key-Log Economics and representatives from Lucas County, City of Toledo, City of Oregon, and Lake Erie Waterkeeper.

TOLEDO, OHIO, AUGUST 14, 2019 – A presentation of the economic study funded by the City of Toledo, Lucas County and the City of Oregon, Lake Erie Ecosystem Services Assessment: Economic Benefits from Phosphorus Reductions, by Key Log Economics will be presented at the University of Toledo Lake Erie Center on Wednesday, August 14, 2019. The study sheds light on economic benefits (and avoided costs) associated with phosphorus/algae reductions. “Knowing economic costs of the harmful algal blooms will help government to understand the need to speed up management and policies to reduce the blooms” said Lucas County Commissioner Tina Wozniak Skeldon. The study uses the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA) target 40% reduction and other levels of phosphorus reductions to assess potential economic benefits associated with reducing harmful algae. Specifically:

  • Achieving the GLWQA 40% phosphorus reduction goal would result $117.0 to $436.9 million for Lake Erie’s recreational anglers.

  • A 20% reduction in spring soluble reactive phosphorus loads from the Maumee River would result in an annual benefit to Lake Erie’s recreational anglers of $44.4 to $154.7 million.

  • A 30% reduction in the number of water quality advisories and beach closure days for Lake Erie’s beaches would result in benefits ranging from $37.7 to $42.5 million.

  • A 20% reduction in the number of water quality advisories and beach closure days would result in benefits ranging from $24.8 to $27.7 million.

  • Potential annual reductions in the incremental operating costs associated with the treatment and monitoring of algae of up to $2.6 million a year for water treatment plants sourcing water from Lake Erie.

  • Avoidance of property value losses ranging from $685.9 million to $1.1 billion for households next to and near the lake, respectively, if drinking water standards for microcystin are met.

Full press release here:

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2019 Ohio State Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboard Championships
Jul
27
9:00 AM09:00

2019 Ohio State Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboard Championships

  • 800 N St Clair Street Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077 (map)
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You are invited to participate in the 2019 Ohio State Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboard Championships being held on July 27th, 2019 on the Grand River at Lake Metroparks: Grand River Landing 800 N St Clair Street, Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077. It is a looped flat water course that begins and ends at Grand River Landing. There is plenty of water and no shallow areas, due to lake Erie's high water level, so kayaks with rudders will have no problems.

New for this year's race we are part of NALU's Lake Erie Series Paddleboard race schedule. You can visit nalusup.com/the-erie-series for more info. The Ohio Dept. of Natural resources Div. of Watercraft and the Lake county Sheriffs Dept. will monitor boat traffic and assure a safe race course.

Please see the race flyer for schedule of the days races. You can call or email me with any questions.

See you on the river!

Joe Krizman 
Ohio Div. U.S.C.A Race Director

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/Ohio-State-Canoe-and-Kayak-Championship-483291188444127/

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Blazing Paddles
Jun
22
8:00 AM08:00

Blazing Paddles

Blazing Paddles is a standup paddleboard race, canoe & kayak celebration held on the Cuyahoga River, a historic body of water that's risen like a phoenix from its ecological low-point in 1969. You'll be on a curvy, 5.7-mile urban course that flows past a unique mix of riverfront sites where iconic pyramids of sand and stone stand in contrast to paved paths and green-spaces. The scenic course with sweeping views of downtown Cleveland will take you under 10 bridges spanning the river before you reach the turnaround point - THE location of the 1952 Cuyahoga River fire, the infamous image that's often used as a visual stand-in for the much smaller June 22, 1969 fire.

More info at http://sharetheriver.com/blazing-paddles/

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Global PechaKucha Night: Waterways
Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

Global PechaKucha Night: Waterways

As part of the lead up to the 50th anniversary of the Cuyahoga River catching fire on June 22, 1969, the Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion: Waterways to Waterways Edition will bring together a group of international and local artists to focus on projects that connect the regenerative efforts for the Cuyahoga to global waterways.

PechaKucha Night Cleveland and LAND studio will host Global PechaKucha Night: Waterways, a groundbreaking event featuring thought leaders and activists from around the globe.

The PechaKucha format is fast-paced and engaging, with each presentation consisting of 20 slides timed to 20 seconds of speaking time per slide. This gives each presenter exactly 6 minutes, 40 seconds to wow the audience and convey their message – no less, no more. This crowd-pleasing format was pioneered in Tokyo in the early 2000s and quickly spread to over 1,000 cities worldwide.

Slated to take place Thursday, June 20 at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, Global PechaKucha Night: Waterways will be the 34th PechaKucha Night in Cleveland, and the first to feature nationally and internationally renowned experts in addition to local presenters. Taking place in an open-air amphitheater on the banks of the Cuyahoga almost 50 years to the day of the river’s burning, the event will highlight water issues in an exciting, accessible format appealing to both clean water stakeholders and the public at large.

More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/2112217032402525/

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The True Story of CLE’s Burning River at its 50th Anniversary (Music Box)
May
29
7:00 PM19:00

The True Story of CLE’s Burning River at its 50th Anniversary (Music Box)

The Cuyahoga River is famous for its feats of fire. Historical Interpreter Doug Kusak waters down the hype and ignites the discussion of industrial disease. Join us for this special Cleveland Sessions panel as Doug Kusak gets you all fired-up about the Cuyahoga River and Cleveland’s reputation.

More info at http://www.musicboxcle.com/event/doug-kusak/

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RiverSweep
May
11
9:00 AM09:00

RiverSweep

  • 1852 Columbus Road Cleveland, OH, 44113 United States (map)
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Join Canalway Partners on Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon for Riversweep, Northeast Ohio’s clean-up of the Cuyahoga River Corridor! They clean up to bring awareness to areas that will one day become a future trail and/or park. In 2018, 700 volunteers removed over 32,265 tons of trash, including 273  tires and went through 40 gallons of paint to cover up graffiti!

More info at http://canalwaypartners.com/events/riversweep/

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Cuyahoga Safe Paddle Forum
May
9
6:00 PM18:00

Cuyahoga Safe Paddle Forum

The Cuyahoga River Safe Paddle Forum is designed to inform kayakers and paddleboarders of the challenges of paddling on a working river and hear from those that work the river what we need to know to coexist safely.

There will be speakers from the Coast Guard, GOODTIME III, Interlake Steamship Company, Nautica Queen Cruise Dining Ship, PHASTAR Corporation, Cleveland Metroparks, and others. We need to be ambassadors for the great Cuyahoga River. This event at Market Garden Brewery’ Harbor Room is free and open to the public.

More info on the Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/619063531885467/

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Earth Day Happy Hour at Duck Island Club
Apr
22
5:00 PM17:00

Earth Day Happy Hour at Duck Island Club

Get your Earth Day on with an Earth Day Happy Hour we're hosting at the Duck Island Club. We'll have Earth Day and Cuyahoga River trivia, music from 1970, a special cocktail named after the 2nd Annual Blazing Paddles Paddleboard, Kayak & Canoe Paddlefest (happening exactly two months later on June 22) and we'll have a big announcement on Share the River becoming an organizational advocate for fishable, swimmable, drinkable and playable water! But at its most basic, all we wanna do is toast the earth with like-minded friends 49 years after the first Earth Day!

Consider sharing the Facebook event to your page and invite your friends! https://www.facebook.com/events/592104031310301/

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Rails to Trails Conservancy's Open Day for Trails (CLE Edition)
Apr
13
11:00 AM11:00

Rails to Trails Conservancy's Open Day for Trails (CLE Edition)

Join us for a spring celebration along the Cuyahoga River on the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail & Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail!

Stop by to enjoy a bike ride or hike, snacks and refreshments from Cleveland Metroparks' Merwins Wharf, fun, freebies—and to learn more about the great pathways in northeast Ohio and around the state! Support northeast Ohio’s expanding network of urban trails by USING them! Share the Facebook event to your page and invite your friends! https://www.facebook.com/events/2261805754075887/

What's happening:
▪️ Program begins at noon.
▪️ Tours: Depart at 12:30 p.m. and again at 2 p.m.

👟 Future Redline Greenway Tours (12:30 p.m. & 2 p.m.): Guided hike to the future site of the Redline Greenway Trail. Please wear footwear needed for a rugged hike.

🚲 Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail Bike Ride Tours (12:30 p.m. & 2 p.m.): Explore the not-yet-opened-to-the-public section of the Towpath. This will be a bike ride from Merwins Wharf to Steelyard Commons.

For the last six years, thousands of trail users across the country—long-timers and newbies alike—have joined Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in celebrating America's exceptional trails and trail systems on Opening Day for Trails. And to make the Opening Day for Trails - 2019 a real home run, you’ll even get a swing at winning some awesome trail gear courtesy of our sponsors and partners at Wheel & Sprocket, KEEN, Adidas, Hydro Flask Patagonia and Topo Designs. Learn more: railstotrails.org/openingday.

We hope you’ll join us on the trail to make this year’s Opening Day one of the best yet! Start spreading the word with your friends and family now using #RTCOpeningDay.

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Crooked River Conversation on Culture and Immigration
Mar
22
5:30 PM17:30

Crooked River Conversation on Culture and Immigration

Presenters:

John Grabowski, Editor of the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History

Joe Valencic, President, National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum

On July 22, 1796, Moses Cleaveland sailed from Lake Erie into the Cuyahoga River and founded a settlement that would bear his name. In the decades that followed others would come by water as migrants or immigrants to Cleveland. The community’s location on the lake at the mouth of the river was its raison’d etre, not only accessible to new arrivals, but a critical catalyst in its economic growth throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Crossings will examine the history of immigration and migration to Greater CLE and consider how geography and natural landscape shaped and continues to shape our growing diversity.

This event is co-sponsored by Ohio Humanities and National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum.

This event is free and open to the public. More info at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crossings-crooked-river-conversation-on-culture-and-immigration

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Words On Fire: A Remembrance of the Cuyahoga River Fire, 1969
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

Words On Fire: A Remembrance of the Cuyahoga River Fire, 1969

  • Cleveland State University Student Center Ballroom (map)
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Join Lit Cleveland for their third-annual staged reading at the Cleveland Humanities Festival! On the 50th anniversary of the Cuyahoga River Fire, professional actors will perform original work by Cleveland writers addressing the infamous fire, climate change, and other topics related to nature and the environment. The performance, titled: "Words On Fire: A Remembrance of the Cuyahoga River Fire, 1969", will last about one hour, and a reception with the actors and writers will follow. 

Selected contributors include Alberto Montero, Amy Phipps, David J. Adams, David Lee Garrison, DT McCrea, Gail Bellamy, Geoffrey Landis, Jeremy Mark Ritch, Jill Sell, Josh Davis, Lee Chilcote, Maria Wolfe, Marsha McGregor, Mary Turzillo, Melissa Warren, Meredith Holmes, Theresa Gottl Brightman, Toni K. Thayer, and Vince Robinson.  

More info at http://www.litcleveland.org/events.html

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Western Reserve Rowing Association Summer Rowing League Meet & Greet
Mar
13
5:30 PM17:30

Western Reserve Rowing Association Summer Rowing League Meet & Greet

Western Reserve Rowing Association’s 2019 Meet & Greet will be held Wednesday, March 13, 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. upstairs at the Flat Iron Cafe (1114 Center Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113).

Whether you’re interested in trying rowing for the first time or getting back into rowing after some time away, this is a great opportunity to get information, ask questions, and to mingle with current rowers and coaches. If you’ve always thought about what it would like to row on the Cuyahoga River, is there a better summer to do it than the one that’s also the 50th anniversary of the 1969 fire?

Food, drinks and some lively entertainment will be provided. Bring friends, family, co-workers, etc. The more the merrier!

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Crooked Chronicles: Century of River Clean Up in Cuyahoga Valley
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

Crooked Chronicles: Century of River Clean Up in Cuyahoga Valley

How was the Cuyahoga River transformed from a health hazard to the centerpiece of a national park? A panel of experts piece together the 100-year story within Cuyahoga Valley using historic photos, archival documents, and personal memories. Come join the discussion. Hosted by Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park and League of Women Voters of the Akron Area. Moderated by the League of Women Voters Akron Area. Supported by West Creek Conservancy, Xtinguish Celebration, Ohio Humanities and Cleveland Humanities Festival.

More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/294881131373865/

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A Burning Issue: The Cuyahoga River Fire and Environmental Change
Feb
28
6:00 PM18:00

A Burning Issue: The Cuyahoga River Fire and Environmental Change

An upcoming program at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will examine how the infamous Cuyahoga River fire of 1969 ignited an environmental revolution across the United States.

The topic is the focus of the latest “Learning for Life” lecture series program, taking place Thursday, Feb. 28, at Corporate College® West.

The discussion will be led by David A. Bernatowicz, an associate professor of history at Tri-C. Bernatowicz frequently speaks on Cleveland’s industrial heritage — a past that created the polluted river that burst into flames.

Images of the oil-slicked Cuyahoga River on fire started a national conversation on environmental issues and contributed to the passage of the federal Clean Water Act in 1972.

The free program begins at 6 p.m. in room 112 at Corporate College West, located at 25425 Center Ridge Road in Westlake. No registration is required. For more information, call 216-987-5968.

The “Learning for Life” lecture series covers a range of topics important to the community. Visit www.tri-c.edu/LearningForLife for a schedule of upcoming events.

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Brite Winter
Feb
23
to Feb 24

Brite Winter

A typical February evening on the West Bank of the Flats is pretty quiet. Not so during Brite Winter. The non-profit festival brings together people of all ages, incomes and backgrounds, allowing them to discover new music and art and enjoy their community. Spanning ten years, three locations, tens of thousands of guests, hundreds of bands and artists, and temperatures as low as 8 and as high as 69 degrees—Brite Winter has always been a festival created with the community, not just for it.

More info at http://www.britewinter.com/event



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Head of the Cuyahoga Regatta (HOTC)
Sep
15
7:00 AM07:00

Head of the Cuyahoga Regatta (HOTC)

More than 1,500 collegiate, youth, and masters rowers from 59 local and out-of-state programs including prominent teams from Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Canada will compete on the Cuyahoga River. Participants will come from 13 States.

Teams race a point-to-point 5,000-meter course starting from just north of ArcelorMittal Steel to Rivergate Park. Spectators can see the finish line from the patio of Cleveland Metroparks’ popular Merwin’s Wharf restaurant. A spectator village and staging area for the HOTC is at Rivergate Park, home of the Cleveland Rowing Foundation Boathouse, located at 1003 British Street, Cleveland. Rain or shine.

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River Clean Up - By Land or By Sea
Sep
13
6:00 PM18:00

River Clean Up - By Land or By Sea

In collaboration with Share the River, the Port of Cleveland, and Nalu Standup Paddle & Surf's Paddle and Pints, Surfrider-Lake Erie is hosting a clean-up on the Cuyahoga River  There are opportunities to help with the clean up from your board or kayak or on land. We will have a quick meeting before we head out for our clean up.

Our goal is to clean up the river and the green space between the Carter Rd. Bridge and Merwin's Wharf/Cleveland Rowing Foundation before the Head of the Cuyahoga Regatta on September 15. There will be teams traveling from nine states including Michigan, New York and Indiana to this major recreational event.

We will have buckets, bags and gloves. We encourage you to bring your own gloves, nets, or any other device to help pick up the trash from the water.

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2128901730770369

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10th Annual Great Lake Erie Boat Float
Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

10th Annual Great Lake Erie Boat Float

This unique event hosted by Sustainable Cleveland helps raise awareness about the impacts of plastics on the environment, in particular oceans, lakes and streams. Part design competition, part boat race, the Great Lake Erie Boat Float is also lots of fun. Spectators WELCOME!! The deadline for registration is Friday, August 31!

Event details: https://www.lakeerieboatfloat.org/

Facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/304632290121850/

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Veterans Memorial Bridge & Subway Tour
Aug
18
10:00 AM10:00

Veterans Memorial Bridge & Subway Tour

The Cuyahoga County Department of Public Works announces the annual Veterans Memorial Bridge and Subway Station tour, to be held on Saturday, August 18, 2018. This free, self-guided tour will allow visitors to experience the original streetcar station and tracks, as well as unique views of the Cuyahoga River, Lake Erie and downtown Cleveland. Also included in the exhibit are exhibits and films depicting the bridge’s history.

More details at http://publicworks.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/subway-bridge-tour.aspx

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 Burning River Endurance Runs & Relay
Jul
28
to Jul 29

Burning River Endurance Runs & Relay

The Burning River Endurance Run & Relay is an exciting 100 and 50-mile solo run and 100-mile relay held in Northeast Ohio.  The race travels through several of the region’s most scenic areas, including the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Cleveland Metroparks and the Summit Metro Parks.

Starting at Squire’s Castle in Willoughby Hills, the 100-mile run and relay follow the scenic Cuyahoga River Valley Corridor through the Cleveland MetroparksCuyahoga Valley National Park, and  Summit Metroparks before finishing in Downtown Cuyahoga Falls.  The 50 mile distance option also begins and Squire’s Castle and finishes at Boston Mills Ski Resort located in Peninsula, Ohio.

https://www.westernreserveracing.com/events/burning-river-endurance-runs-relay/

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Day in the Life of the Rocky River
Jul
21
9:00 AM09:00

Day in the Life of the Rocky River

Spend a day exploring the life of the Rocky River. Find out what lives in and around the river, the watershed geology, and ways to be a #NEOwatersteward. Join for all or part of this FREE family-friendly day presented by Cleveland Metroparks, Rocky River Watershed Council, and Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. No registration required.

More info at: https://www.clevelandmetroparks.com/parks/programs-events/2018/rrnc/july/day-in-the-life-of-the-rocky-river

Cap the day off with "Bike the Night" at the South Mastick Picnic Area in Rocky River Reservation for a FREE family-friendly night of bikes and fun. A three mile stretch of Valley Parkway will be closed to vehicles for an evening of riding for all ages. 7-10 p.m. hula hoop, corn hole, jenga, DJ music, bike shops and night ride! Decorate your bike with lights!

Event details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1828854490509631/

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Whiskey Island Paddlefest
Jul
21
7:30 AM07:30

Whiskey Island Paddlefest

Celebrate the 5th Annual Whiskey Island Paddlefest! Grab your stand up paddleboard or kayak, and register for the 6-mile elite race (3 laps) (14 & over only), 2-mile challenge (1 lap) (14 & over only), or a short kids' fun course (8 – 13 years). The course is perfect for both beginners and advanced racers. A festival follows the races with stand-up paddleboard, kayak, and sailing try-its, SUP demos, exhibitors, vendors, food and music.

More info at https://www.clevelandmetroparks.com/parks/programs-events/2018/or/july/whiskey-island-paddlefest

Check out our photos from a previous Whiskey Island Paddlefest!

 

 

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Cleveland History Days - 10 days and 30 Ways to Experience Cleveland's History
Jun
22
to Jul 1

Cleveland History Days - 10 days and 30 Ways to Experience Cleveland's History

Cleveland’s history is America’s history. Predicted for greatness by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. A city founded on the shores of Lake Erie. Shaped by a crooked Cuyahoga River that defined its identity and grew its wealth. A wealth fueled by the many immigrant groups that settled here. It is a city that emerged from the Gilded Age as a leader in policy and programs, building not only a great city but a greater civilization. This same river would catch fire on a hot summer day in June of 1969. It became a poster child of a national movement to save the environment. Today, industrial freighters share a clean Cuyahoga River with wildlife and recreational watercraft. Cleveland is writing a new chapter in its comeback story. Visit Cleveland History Days and explore a downtown of restored architectural wonders and a transforming river valley.

Check out Canalway Partners website for event information: http://canalwaypartners.com/events/clevelandhistorydays/

Susan Glaser's Plain Dealer article: Inaugural Cleveland History Days, coming in June, celebrates city's rich past

 

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2nd Annual Share the River Ramble
Jun
22
4:00 PM16:00

2nd Annual Share the River Ramble

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You're invited to the 2nd Annual Share the River Ramble, a 3.3-mile connect-the-dots, run/walk of the Cuyahoga River riverfront trail segments  Rivers and trails are the arteries that connect people and communities to their natural resources. The Ramble physically connects people to the evolving transformation of Cleveland's riverfront that in some ways is unrecognizable from that June 22 day in 1969. 

We're grateful to our supporting sponsors who have helped make the Expanded Ramble and Blazing Paddles a possibility:

  • Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District: "‘Given our role in helping to improve the health of the Cuyahoga River, we’re excited to be part of this celebration. Plus, we’re happy to support an event that connects people to our water resources."
  • Fat Head's Brewery is our official brewery partner.
  • Canalway Partners: "We're pleased the Share the River Ramble is serving as one of the kick-off events for the inaugural Cleveland History Days, "10 Days and 20 Ways to Experience Cleveland’s History". More information is at http://canalwaypartners.com/events/clevelandhistorydays/
  • Ohio City Inc.: "Ohio City Incorporated is working with partners to tie together a growing network of trails and connecting people to the riverfront through Irishtown Bend, and we are thrilled to support the Share the River Ramble which celebrates one of our regions greatest assets, the Cuyahoga River."

We're also partnering again with North Coast Mutli Sports Inc. to stage the Ramble.  Our charity partner is St. Malachi Parish. Cleveland Rowing Foundation (CRF) is our site partner.

You made the 1st Annual Ramble such a success that we're adding a music and beer event at CRF/Rivergate Park where participants can connect with Share the River partner organizations, Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie stakeholders. Fat Head's Brewery is the Ramble's brewery partner and they are excited to support an event that celebrates an important turning point in Cleveland history. We're also teaming up with Nalu Standup Paddle & Surf to host Blazing Paddles, a stand-up paddleboard race on Saturday, June 23.

Stay tuned for more details. The Ramble's intent is to encourage the public to enjoy their natural resources, parks, and paths but it's also intended to provide a focus on several themes central to Share the River's "branding Cleveland as a waterfront city" mission:

  • the importance and demonstrable impact of common sense environmental regulations
  • the value of public investments in clean water infrastructure (like NEORSD's Project Clean Lake).
  • the positive impact of engaged, long-term recreational use of the Cuyahoga River
  • the benefit the above three have on Cleveland's appeal 1) as a city where people want to work, live and play in and 2) as a tourism destination.

Save the date, register, and invite your friends! Click on the below link and register for the Share the River Ramble now! Would you like to be part of the team that's making this year's Ramble an event to remember? Register to be a volunteer or serve on one of our committees!

And if you are a business, organization, foundation or individual who sees the branding value of the Ramble, we are in the process of securing sponsors! We are a full-blown experiential marketing event with an engaged social media presence and following. Please e-mail us at sharetheriver3@gmail.com

If you're on Facebook, click on this link to let your friends know you're going and then invite your friends to the Cuyahoga River Party!

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2018 Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference
May
31
8:00 AM08:00

2018 Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference

Recognizing the value of trails and greenways, decision-makers, planners and practitioners, and trail advocates from around Greater Cleveland will be gathering on May 31st at Lago in the Aloft Hotel in the newly redeveloped Flats East Bank to share ideas, discover new tools, and set the stage to transform plans and concepts into successfully completed projects.

Building on feedback from their four previous, highly-regarded conferences, this day-long event will include expert speakers, mobile workshops, peer learning, open discussions, and networking opportunities geared toward creating vibrant neighborhoods through people-powered connections and aiding timely completion of the recreation transportation-choice network in the Greater Cleveland area.

CEUs will be available for various professions.

http://www.gctrails.org/index.html

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RIVER DAY 2018
May
19
8:00 AM08:00

RIVER DAY 2018

River Day is an opportunity to spend some time along the Cuyahoga and its system of wetlands, tributaries and, of course, Lake Erie, where the river ends.

There will be fun festivities, peaceful paddling, and lots to do along the river, up in its tributaries and along the lakefront. Get to know the river and its watershed up close and personal. Become a steward. Be river-literate. Be a river lover.

Come be part of the River Day story.  Clear trash, plant native species, remove invasives, and learn history and natural science. Canoe, kayak, bike, hike, watch wildlife or simply enjoy the view – come help us celebrate and protect our Crooked River!

If you'd like to host a River Day activity or become a sponsor and have your name or logo featured, please contact Nichole at 216.241.2414 x307, or email vorisekn@cuyahogariver.org

http://www.crookedriverday.org/

 

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