Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 09:00 AM
Be a part of our 2019 open house as we celebrate the Cuyahoga River’s 50-year comeback story and the clean-water work that made it possible.
Literally, thousands of guests show up on a fall Saturday every year to learn more about where their water goes and what they can do to keep our Great Lake great. This year’s theme celebrates note only our lake’s greatness, but the rebirth of our once-burning Cuyahoga River as well.
Our 2018 Clean Water Fest and open house is Saturday, September 21 in Cuyahoga Heights, a celebration of community and all things water as we open the doors of our Southerly treatment plant and our laboratory facilities for a day of education and entertainment.
It’s not too early to mark your calendars. From 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., guests can visit more than 60 exhibitor booths, meet our employees and local partners, tour our award-winning wastewater treatment plant and lab, sit in our trucks and operate our equipment, see live entertainment and so much more.
Learn more: HERE
Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 10:00 AM
This inspiring and enlightening summit will include national and local presentations from students, educators, and community leaders from communities across the region.
Topics of focus include "Understanding the History of Equity in Education," "Empowering and Elevating student voice in schools," and "Community's role in promoting and supporting education." Participants will learn about historical and current barriers to Excellence and Equity in Education and will be equipped with tools and knowledge to move their local communities towards E&E.
Monday, September 23, 2019 at 09:00 AM
Join Urban Ag News and Current, powered by GE, for the inaugural Great Lakes Ag Tech Summit
on September 23, 2019 . Held at the historic Nela Park campus in Cleveland, the one-day event
features keynotes and panel discussions from leading researchers and innovative growers in the
Great Lakes region. Connect with growers, scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs as we
shape the future of food and move controlled environment agriculture forward.
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 08:00 AM
The walking movement is changing— encountering opportunities one could not expect several years ago and which have increasingly influenced the work of the national walking movement. The national walking movement has always been informed by local work to create safer, more accessible, well-connected networks of mobility.
There are no one-sized fits all solution--strategies that are employed to create safer walking environments must reflect the history, culture, and background of each community. With that in mind, America Walks has decided to embrace the opportunities brought on by these changes and redefine the 2019 National Walking Summit to focus on localized geographic-based convenings that will feature the unique characteristics of each place and will highlight the home-grown solutions and adaptations that are at work in communities.
Learn more at www.walkingsummit.org
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 10:00 AM
Learn what you need to grow a garden in Northeast Ohio from seed to harvest, including information on preparation and preservation of your fruits and vegetables. Participants will take home garden plants, kitchen herb gardens, garden pollinator plants, trees and valuable gardening and food prep information.
INFO & RSVP: email@example.com or 216-256-9672
We are including information on pollinators, sustainable food production, the value of trees in the city, clean water, the impact of climate change on our area, recycling in Cleveland and more!
All Classes held at the Cleveland Roots Community Garden,
3257 W. 41st Street, Cleveland, OH 44109.
(Clark-Fulton neighborhood at W. 41st Street & Robert Avenue)
Presented by the Cleveland Roots Community Garden with the generous support of Neighborhood Connections & Cleveland Climate Action Fund through a Neighbor UP! Action Grant.
LEARN MORE: HERE
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 04:30 PM
Cleveland Thermal is the second oldest licensed franchise in Cleveland. District steam operations began in 1894. In 2017 Cleveland Thermal committed to converting the Hamilton plant from coal to high-efficiency steam production using natural gas. The converted plant has reduced overall carbon emissions by 84%. Using state-of-the-art emissions control and monitoring technology, they ensure the plant operates at optimum efficiency. The Hamilton plant serves downtown Cleveland's needs and is positioned with the capacity to provide for growth.
Join us for a tour of the facility and learn about the history of Cleveland Thermal. Learn about the plant conversion, the 7,100 feet of new underground piping infrastructure, other upgrades and how they are positioned to provide steam and chilled water service to Cleveland for years to come.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 06:00 PM
Please meet us at the starting bar. We provide gloves, grabbers, and buckets and you pay for your own drinks as we go. Make new friends, help the community, and reward yourself with some drinks!
We pick up litter on this walking bar crawl through Cleveland’s neighborhoods. Please meet us at Nano Brew at 6. We provide gloves, grabbers, and buckets and you pay for your own drinks as we go. Make new friends, help the community, and reward yourself with some drinks! We will visit Great Lakes and Hansa and then end back at Nano Brew!