How has the forest at Pearson Metropark fared 17 years after the arrival of a destructive Asian pest called the emerald ash borer. About as well as researchers could hope, according to a new scientific paper.
Protecting what we have so future generations can enjoy the unspoiled land, and the clean air and water that we enjoy.
Metroparks actively works to preserve the best examples of Northwest Ohio’s natural areas for public enjoyment. Protecting forests, grasslands, rivers, and wetlands, promoting sustainable use, is the most important work that we do.
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Deal is a rare opportunity to expand a Metropark in one of Ohio's most significant natural regions, the Oak Openings.
Human land uses have a strong influence on landscape level patterns of plant species diversity, especially for exotic species, a recent study concluded.