MCLEAN’S CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CLASSROOM ABROAD Faculty members Colleen McLean, Ray Beiersdorfer and Felicia Armstrong explored the island’s Niarbyl Fault. The narrow white line is the only known visible section of the Iapetus Suture between the former Laurentia and Avalonia paleocontinents over 400 million years ago. “IT’S LIKE NARNIA FOR ADULTS.” That’s how YSU students describe … Continue reading Field Course to the Isle of Man
The Friends of the Mahoning river will have a table at the Warren Courthouse square on the dates of June 11th and June 18th. Possibly even more dates depending on the amount of volunteers as this runs thorough to October. The times for the markets are every Tuesday from 3pm- 6pm. The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership … Continue reading Farmer’s Market Help Needed
As a group, we are very appreciative of the support given to us by Todd Franko, the Editor of the Youngstown Vindicator. Friends has been busy this spring at the Spring Commons Park located by the Mahoning River and the historic B & O Banquet Hall. Through the support of Neighborhood SUCCESS, a program of … Continue reading Thank You!
L. K. Williams and Sara Smith attended the 2019 Tree City USA Awards Ceremony at Mill Creek MetroParks-Fellows Riverside Gardens on April 23rd. This event was sponsored by the City of Youngstown Parks & Recreation Dept relative to Arbor Day in a ceremony to recognize the environmental value of trees and those who value them. … Continue reading Tree City USA Awards Ceremony
A few years ago, the Friends of the Mahoning River approached the city of Girard with an original idea: to build a boat launch along the Mahoning River that would enable kayakers and paddlers to row from Girard all the way to Pennsylvania. The Friends Group has advocated for increased recreation opportunities on the river … Continue reading Friends Group Anticipates New Girard Launch Site this September