Mentor Marsh: History, Tragedy, Recovery

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The Mentor Marsh, named Ohio's first state Nature Preserve, began its restoration by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History in 2015. This 801 acre preserve is home to a wide variety of plant and animal species making it an ideal place to kayak, hike, and get in touch with nature. Come learn all about its natural history and restoration from David J Kriska, Ph.D., Restoration Ecologist at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Sign up at  to join us at Kirtland Public Library February 7th at 4pm. There is no charge for this event, however space is limited.