|RiverDay - an annual day of service and celebration in the Cuyahoga Watershed||Last updated 4/20/14|
24th annual RiverDay – Cuyahoga, A River of Expanding OpportunitiesOn Saturday, May 17, join Friends of the Crooked River and its partners in celebration the 24th annual RiverDay. After years of hard work by numerous individuals, organizations, communities and agencies, our river that once burned now draws people from all over the world. Opportunities abound from the headwaters in Geauga County, through Portage and Summit counties, and on to its terminus at Lake Erie in Cuyahoga County. Parks and communities are expanding public access to the river and increasing occasions for outdoor relaxation and recreation on and near the river. Clear trash, plant native species, remove invasives, and learn history and natural science. Canoe, kayak, bike, hike, view wildlife or simply enjoy the view – come help us celebrate and protect our Crooked River!
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