At Cleveland Metroparks Acacia Reservation in Lyndhurst. Judges from around the country will have judged the divisions of Floral Design, Horticulture, Photography, and Botanical Arts. A Conservation and Education Exhibit will display the amazing restoration of Acacia, and why it has such a big impact on our northern Ohio location. Cleveland Metroparks will host two tours for the public to view some of the changes that have been made to the 155 acres that impact the headwaters of Euclid Creek. Other organizations like Friends of Euclid Creek, LEAP, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and Holden Forests & Gardens will be available to continue the conversation about our area and the many conservation efforts underway. A raffle for a free landscape consultation, valued at $250 from Lowe’s Greenhouse.