The mission of the Rocky River Watershed Council is to protect, restore and perpetuate a healthy watershed through public education, watershed planning, communication and cooperation among stakeholders.
RRWC Vice Chair and Cleveland Metroparks Aquatic Biologist Mike Durkalec writes the Rocky River Fishing Report, which he updates weekly at http://blogs.clemetparks.com/rocky-river-fishing-report/.
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Posted by caddisfly on November 2, 2014 at 12:50pm
Join us at 6:00PM for outdoor tour on the ongoing Coe Creek Stream Stabilization project. Weather appropriate clothing and shoes, please. We will go inside at 6:30 to warm up with pizza and learn hear about other important activities in the Rocky River Watershed as reported by our active stream teams. Help us welcome the Fairview Park Green Team and the Coe Creek Stream Team!…Continue
Posted by Jared Bartley on October 10, 2014 at 10:22am
Fish population of assessment Brunswick Lake on 3 Sept 2014. Total sample time over two runs was 77 minutesContinue
(lake perimeter) and we collected largemouth bass, common carp, bluegill, pumpkinseed (and BGxPS hybrids),
black crappie, yellow bullhead, white sucker and golden shiner. Sunfish size was pretty small (stunted), bass were
fairly plentiful and healthy, but also smaller. Several of the larger bass exhibited hook marks in the mouth, indicating
Posted by caddisfly on September 3, 2014 at 8:42pm
The July 16 kickoff meeting of the Plum and Healey Creeks Stream Team is featured in the Brunswick Post.Continue
Posted by Jared Bartley on July 28, 2014 at 9:38am
The Abram Creek Stream Team held its first community volunteer event this past Saturday, June 7. The weather was perfect, too perfect maybe as we has a lighter than hoped for turnout. However the, dozen volunteers that participated accomplished much. The "trashiest" volunteers were Kim McGreal, Beau Williams and Neale Belcher all from Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Thanks to Mayor Tom Coyne of brook Park for providing Kennedy Park Pavilion, City of Middleburg Heights for providing heavy-duty…Continue
Posted by Mel Hauser on June 10, 2014 at 7:08pm
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