We're not Detroit

Submitted by lmcshane on Sun, 06/06/2010 - 18:41.

When I first came back to Cleveland in 1992--I met up and had the good fortune to work with many amazing people who have made an enormous difference in changing the environment here.

I just want to say thank you today--especially to Tim Donovan.  For twenty plus years, Tim has toiled to make folks appreciate the Cuyahoga River Valley.  I don't take this for granted.

Catfish are biting at the Ohio and Erie Canal Reservation

Neighborhood Trail to CVNP Harmody Park

Treadway Creek neighborhood connector

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Happy to Say

That I live in the valley (around Tinkers Creek)...and enjoy driving along the canal to and from work each day. Back in the 80's I did some volunteer work for the Ohio and Erie Canal Society and the National Parks Administration. It is a miracle that much of that has come to fruition. We now have a little local farmers' market at the corner of Canal Rd. and Tinkers Creek Rd.

Thanks for the reminder, Laura. It's not something to be taken for granted.

WCPN Sound of Ideas

  Did you miss the show on alternative transportation?  Catch it here--

http://www.wcpn.org/index.php/WCPN/soi/31066/