Eastgate has made an important article on the restoration of the Mahoning River high lighting dams that have had a negative effect. Also noted in the article are the phases as well as the progress on removing the dams on the Mahoning river. Below is the link to this useful article. Eastgate Mahoning River Restoration: … Continue reading Eastgate River Restoration
Below is a link to a very important petition that will hopefully help the Mosquito Creek wetlands not be developed on. Not only will the development hurt the quality of the Mahoning river that has had a comeback in water quality but it will also hurt the surrounding with areas with more flooding. Care2 Petition … Continue reading Petition for Mosquito Creek Wetlands
There have been three watershed/biological studies on the Mahoning river that have been done in 1995, 2002, and 2012 showing the historical changes in the in the Mahoning. The river has changed for the better and the future will hopefully be even brighter. 1995 study: https://epa.ohio.gov/portals/35/documents/mahon94.pdf 2002 study: https://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0/?ui=2&ik=9621fd38d9&attid=0.1&permmsgid=msg-f:1638348908231780818&th=16bc95a6d54de9d2&view=att&disp=inline&realattid=16bc94fb370ffa912cc1&saddbat=ANGjdJ9tVKTpKnE3ZEStqQbr12OeRSKeP8MqXLP4RoNsKNkogIDeX6uuPjrNi-KnuEOTXhMQeHif-TVao0ejlNHaY71zYFNilZT3goHTY6cv4yWdmlZmXzJ3asdl9qcmIEboYmXGQ0DLzYZiB8WksqBHL1O3-UDT9Nvbav3Ndh2KETc9nvjv6ml5yICW31zfME6kTdU543zetCUB0NyL9aE62Ub6gE2ixiYYA01GSQvJLR-tnCCKFZKSeQzHOpVQG4DPgnbX8DLI0KszVP_wFyozzImA5NnJ0k_xGp7k43g4vmwRvZUtot1q4g71_h9p6SBno3LHI2gAaOgSKUW1Sz5xiRUhZzNQTRZLhJSgYdy_EHiYL4n-7E9y9sLEMt4ycMsCVUvWDIeZXmfeDob9jIjo2ZWw0hsQUIMQFc_W2q-ZkZddypGb-11UySvma2QPS3igpAcyhmrF8lO5w_KGg7dzGr-2ACtZRPVqOw7S4MzIt6h0zFBng69cuGAMmDa_a11LrB6ZYhgHA_QfNVygghxAAw6krvoHCWOWNPFAmN9dtPPbEcOJmJzWJzw_86vJvN0FRtdGybv5QVG6bCm31LtBbES4r5_GtZAYARyJkwhcUYS_oRuDLrIrIqTJaNpXL0DuH3QtzRP2IdiXG7f-LvyhDnR--L5IckS3dytmqg 2012 study: https://epa.ohio.gov/Portals/35/documents/USSteelMcDonaldTSDfinal.pdf
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
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!