Friends of Euclid Creek will present Dr. Roy Larick on “Using On-Line Apps to Improve Your Home and the Watershed” April 27, 7:00 P.M via zoom. These demonstrations will show how to use automated tools such as I-Tree Design, Arbor Day Community Canopy Tree Calculator, and other apps. This program will help home owners, city service workers and planners, resource managers, and general landscapers learn how to plan placement of trees, rain gardens, etc. in a sustainable way. You will learn to understand residential parcels in the larger watershed context and see that we do on the land affects the greater environment.
To register for this zoom program go to friendsofeuclidcreek/events by 4/25/2021.
Roy Larick is a well-known environmental activist in the Euclid Creek Watershed and beyond. For 30 years as a Paleolithic archaeologist, Roy studied the movement of early humans across the Old World. Back home in Euclid, he has a passion for comprehending the human transformation of natural Cleveland. Roy's local initiative, Bluestone Conservation, works to reverse some of those transformations. A good day for Roy involves leading Clevelanders to local natural treasures, especially in Euclid Creek.
Friends of Euclid Creek is celebrating our 20th year as an all-volunteer watershed group. We inform residents of the Euclid Creek Watershed about environmental issues in the area and ways they can help. We believe if we all did a few simple environmental actions every day, together we could make a big environmental difference!