Each year the contest is based on a certain theme, this years was, “Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper.” Congratulations to this years winners! Good luck at States and beyond!Read More
When the oozing Cuyahoga River caught fire in 1969, it may not have even made the “Top 10” list of Cleveland river fires—and few realized it was actually the 13th time a fire had been documented. The fire became the punchline of jokes and a lasting symbol of environmental neglect, both in Cleveland and across the country. Over the last five decades, the river’s ongoing resurrection is a testament to the work that brought it back to life, and a reminder of how easily it can be taken for granted.Read More
A Tribute to the River.
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Last Burning of the Cuyahoga.
“Reflecting on the Flames that Lit the Way Forward”