Important natural feature is resurrected in Cleveland

A small but important natural area has been brought back to life in the heart of Cleveland, thanks to a $1.4 million grant from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

A coalition of groups spent the past two years restoring the Lacustrine Refuge, a four-acre wetland adjacent to Euclid Creek, which flows into Lake Erie. The project created wildlife habitat, put Euclid Creek back in its natural channel, reduced polluted runoff and is expected to generate recreational opportunities valued at $2.4 million — nearly twice the project cost. Read more here.


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