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Land Once Known As The ‘Workhouse’ Has Many Uses Today
A building that once housed prisoners at the former ... (more)
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December, 2013 - Metroparks will be mowing part of the Fallen Timbers Battlefield property near the I-475-US24 intersection this winter in ... (more)
A recent financial audit of Metroparks of the Toledo Area by Auditor of State Dave Yost’s office has returned a clean audit report and the ... (more)
Photo above: Ranger Paul Black and Chief Joseph Fausnaugh listen as Metroparks Board President Scott Savage speaks. Second photo: Ranger ... (more)
Image: Thomas C. Umfrid, Set Designer.
Nutcracker Act I Set Mirrors Manor House
In celebration of its ... (more)
Metroparks of the Toledo Area has been recertified by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies, making it one of a select ... (more)
As part of a comprehensive wildlife management program, Metroparks will allow bow hunting for deer beginning this fall on several park district ... (more)
Regional trails are used for commuting as well as recreationn, fitness and enjoying nature. Because trail hours are the same as the ... (more)
(Photo: Restored prairie at Oak Openings Preserve. Photo by Art Weber.)
Work To Begin With Winter ... (more)
Photo: U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur discusses the corridor project while Toledo Mayor Mike Bell and students from Beverly Elementary School look on. ... (more)
No person, without specific, written permission from the Director or his designee, shall distribute, leave or provide any kind of food ... (more)