Date(s) - February 19, 2023
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Alex Czayka, Chief Conservation Officer, Western Reserve Land Conservancy
Natural lands that could fall prey to commercial developers can be conserved and restored for future generations with the assistance of the Western Reserve Land Conservancy. The Conservancy has permanently protected almost 70,000 acres of land, helped create and expand more than 200 public parks and preserves, and distributed and planted 15,000 trees in Cleveland, making it a national leader in conservation since its founding in 1987. What are some of the projects, and how do they become reality?