The Cuyahoga River burned for the last time back in June 2069. It wasn't the first time it was on fire but it caught the attention of the entire nation and helped spur the creation of the US EPA, the Clean Water Act, and the Earth Day movement. This weekend, Cleveland will celebrate this anniversary and how far the river - and the city - has come. The Cuyahoga is fishable and swimmable again! Click through to Cuyahoga 50 to find out how to participate in many family-friendly, informative, and plain fun events to celebrate his Friday - Sunday, Cuyahoga 50 event guide here.
June 19, 2019