The Cuyahoga River near Welshfield, Ohio. The river flows across the state from Hambden to Cleveland and empties into Lake Erie. © The Nature Conservancy (Mark Godfrey)
Cuyahoga River The Cuyahoga River near Welshfield, Ohio. The river flows across the state from Hambden to Cleveland and empties into Lake Erie. © The Nature Conservancy (Mark Godfrey) © Mark Godfrey

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Conserving Nature's Stage: Identifying Resilient Landscapes for a Changing Climate

Join us at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes for a fascinating presentation on resilient landscapes by Ohio Nature Conservancy staff – Bill Stanley, State Director, and August Froehlich, GIS Analyst.

Ticket and registration information is available through the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes website

A new study by The Nature Conservancy has identified a series of landscapes across Ohio that are predicted to withstand the growing impacts of climate change and help ensure nature’s survival. As flash floods, droughts, rising temperatures and other climate impacts threaten to destabilize natural areas across the United States and around the world, scientists believe these resilient landscapes will continue to serve as stable habitat to a wide variety of plants and animals while also providing drinking water, fertile soil, and other important natural services that people rely upon.

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