Sharon Hosko interview, 31 July 2012

Sharon Hosko is a naturalist at the Metroparks. Hosko talks about the Sugarbush. She speaks about the animals, geology, and vegetation. She also talks about Mill Stream and Baldwin Wallace.

Participants: Hosko, Sharon (interviewee) / Halligan-Taylor, Gabriella (interviewer)
Collection: Cleveland Metroparks
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

Oh no! This interview has not yet been transcribed.
Transcription is expensive and time-consuming. You can support transcription on clevelandvoices.org by sponsoring an interview. As a sponsor, your name – or the name of your family or organization – will become part of the archival record. Donations to the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities are processed via the CSU Foundation and are tax-deductible.

Sponsor this interview

Cleveland Metroparks

Interviews with Cleveland Metroparks staff and partners collected in 2012 and 2013. Interviews cover a variety of topics relating to parks operations, biological and environmental sciences, anthropology, and natural history.