After a party to remember featuring Grammy-award winning band Train in 2021, Western Reserve Land Conservancy is once again partnering with Scott and Julie Mawaka and the Mawaka Charitable Foundation to benefit our Reforest Our City program. Rock Hall of Fame inductees Lynyrd Skynyrd will entertain us as we raise awareness about trees and the important role they play in a healthy and equitable environment now and for future generations. ROC in CLE 2023 is our signature fundraising event, with proceeds benefiting our efforts that have so far resulted in 15,000 trees planted and distributed throughout our region. It features three incredible events:
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FRIDAY, MAY 19
8:30 – 10:00AM
Gather at our award-winning, nationally renowned Conservation Center in Moreland Hills for breakfast and a panel discussion with experts representing Cleveland’s major healthcare institutions who will discuss how the environment and trees shape our physical, mental, and spiritual health
SATURDAY, MAY 20
ROC in CLE Concert, Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
VIP Ultimate ticket holders will enjoy complimentary valet parking, catered gourmet food, signature cocktails, an exclusive VIP Party, and an up-close, center-stage floor seat.
Doors open for General Admission, Gold, and Reserve Skybox
Once known as the Forest City, Cleveland trees are dying at a record pace due to disease and age. We are looking for corporate sponsors, performing artists, local businesses, and many others to join our cause.
In 2021, Western Reserve Land Conservancy and the Mawaka Foundation, led by Scott and Julie Mawaka, partnered to raise over $500,000 to directly fund tree planting and restoring the Cleveland tree canopy. Over their lifetime, the trees we planted last year as part of ROC in CLE will:
We’re expecting ROC in CLE 2022 to make an even greater impact. Contact us today for more details on sponsoring ROC in CLE.
The ROC in CLE event will be guided by CDC guidelines https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/home. We ask if you are feeling ill to please stay home and while at the event to practice social distancing.