In the second of John Augustine’s Nature Notes videos, we get a brief look at some of the birds that live in northeast Ohio during the winter and early spring months.
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Protect Geauga Parks Presents: Thursday April 15 7:30 by Zoom Doug Elliot Herbalist • Naturalist • Author • Storyteller Weeds for Your Needs A Celebration of Useful and Interesting Wild Plants, their […]
March 22 at 7:30pm Protect Geauga Parks presents a Zoom webinar Much LaDue about Fracking What’s the connection between water purification plant in Ravenna, Akron’s public water and sewer systems, fracking in the […]
John Augustine uses a spring to grow watercress in even the coldest winter weather.
In partnership with Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District and Lake County Soil & Water Conservation District, Chagrin River Watershed Partners will again be offering the Master Rain Gardener certification course for […]
Kudos to Troy Township Commentary by Dave Partington Often doing the right thing doesn’t get you a lot of recognition. So let’s stop and take a moment and say thank you to […]
Commentary by Dave Partington Recently, Protect Geauga Parks learned that the City of Akron was intending to lease the mineral rights under the 475 acre LaDue Reservoir in southern Geauga County for […]
From the Geauga County Maple Leaf A local energy company’s proposal to lease the mineral rights under 475 acres of LaDue Reservoir from the City of Akron has met with an avalanche […]
Protect Geauga Parks has endorsed the following statement regarding the Akron City Council potential lease of mineral rights to a drilling company. The council intends to vote on this issue on Monday […]