Each and every one of us lives in a watershed! A watershed is an area of land in which all of the water drains into the same place. In Streetsboro…
Dear Friend and Supporter, Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners (TCWP) would like to thank you for your support. Contributions from supporters have helped us to implement our mission to protect and…
The Village of Glenwillow and the nonprofit Western Reserve Land Conservancy are partnering to create a new 17.5-acre park and protect a half-mile of Tinker’s Creek, the largest tributary of the Cuyahoga River. TCWP supported that project and will work with the village and WRLC to enhance habitats onsite and educate the public about the park.
Cleveland Metroparks was awarded a Clean Ohio Conservation Grant in 2013 to acquire 15.9 acres of land next to the Astrohurst Golf Course and the Cleveland Metorparks Bedford Reservation.
Bear Creek is an urbanized tributary to Tinker’s Creek within Warrensville Heights. This project included 2,067 linear feet of stream restoration and an outdoor education lab for Warrensville City Schools.
The project restored approximately 2,000 linear feet of stream with adjoining meadow, shrub, forested and wetlands areas and a 6.28-acre conservation easement will be placed on the project site. Construction was finished in August of 2012 with plantings to be completed in Fall 2012.
The Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners hosts day-long activities Saturday, October 13, 2007 in North Randall.