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For River Day 2018, and throughout the year, we will be out and about collecting your stories of the Cuyahoga River. Whether those start with "When I was a kid..." or "I love to paddle the quiet parts...," we'll want to hear them.
We'll also be gathering pictures, photos, and artwork to include in a big book about the Cuyahoga. That's you with the fish you caught, or you paddling your canoe or kayak or paddleboard, or you aboard your boat, or ________ (fill in the blank!)
We're gearing up for the big 50th Anniversary (of the fire on the river, of course) Year when we celebrate the amazing comeback of our wonderful waterway.
Stay tuned for more details!
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River Day is an opportunity to spend some time along the Cuyahoga and its system of wetlands, tributaries and, of course, Lake Erie, where the river ends.
There will be fun festivities, peaceful paddling, and lots to do along the river, up in its tributaries and along the lakefront. Get to know the river and its watershed up close and personal. Become a steward. Be river-literate. Be a river lover.
Come be part of the River Day story. Clear trash, plant native species, remove invasives, and learn history and natural science. Canoe, kayak, bike, hike, watch wildlife or simply enjoy the view – come help us celebrate and protect our Crooked River!
Use the links above to find activities by time or by location, and plan on a day of fun, learning, and doing.
If you'd like to host a River Day activity or become a sponsor and have your name or logo featured, please contact Nichole at 216.241.2414 x307, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Go seek adventures along the Cuyahoga River. Have fun. Learn something.
See you in the watershed!
River Day is presented by Cuyahoga River Restoration, a 501c3 nonprofit organization (aka Cuyahoga River Community Planning,) whose mission is to restore, revitalize, and protect the Cuyahoga River Watershed and nearshore Lake Erie.
You can learn more about our programs, and contribute to the cause, at cuyahogariver.org.