Posts Tagged ‘cuyahoga river’

Share the River Ramble

Hosted by Share the River on the anniversary of the 1969 Cuyahoga River fire, the second annual event — renamed the Share the River Ramble  — is a free, 4.2 mile “participatory connect-the-dots, run/walk of the Cuyahoga River riverfront.” The route includes areas that have recently been converted to a park or public path or…

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4 Miles 4 Water

Drink Local. Drink Tap .hosts the 4 Miles 4 Water festival, run and walk. This fun and interactive event includes water education stations, food trucks, beer, wine, cocktails, games for all ages, and lots of entertainment. Four miles represents the average distance that women in developing countries have to walk for drinking water. The event…

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River Rat Revelry

The Friends of the Crooked River Present 2018 River Rat Revelry. Find out where we’ve been and what’s in store for the Cuyahoga River and its friends. Members will discuss sewers, dams, water trail, programs and projects, including canal diversion dam, Snow Lake and the Gorge Area Share Cuyahoga cheer with fellow river rats and…

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Divers help extract sunken boat from Cuyahoga River

A 40-to-50-foot old charter fishing boat sunk this month in the Cuyahoga River. And now scuba divers are under the frigid water, righting the vessel and attaching it to a crane, so it can be pulled up, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. No one was injured when the boat sunk, said Petty Officer Brian…

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6 New Year’s resolutions for Lake Erie

What if Lake Erie made New Year’s resolutions? The lake we love is already great, obviously. But it could be greater with a little self-improvement. In that vein, here are a few ideas: 1. Reduce the amount of phosphorus flowing into the lake: Reducing phosphorus — namely from fertilizer run-off into the Maumee River —…

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How to stand-up paddleboard safely

So you got a stand-up paddleboard for Christmas. Cool! Welcome to one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Did you get an inflatable or a hard board? SUP is great for newbies, since you can learn the basics in a few hours. About 1.2 million people tried the sport in 2011 alone and it…

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