Green Umbrella members can submit events for the calendar to greennews@greenumbrella.org. Please provide all relevant details and a link to your organization's listing of the event at least three weeks prior to the event date. We feature a selection of member events in Green News You Can Use, which is published every other Wednesday. 

Our calendar is color coded by Action Team sustainability areas. Look for events in the follow areas:

Energy Food  Greenspace Outdoors Transportation Waste Reduction Watershed

Plus a couple of other categories we thought would be helpful: Professional Maker

Upcoming events

    • January 05, 2022
    • December 07, 2022
    • 12 sessions
    • 131 E Dayton-Yellow Springs, Rd. Yellow Springs, OH 45387

    Organization: Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice

    Experience how the sounds and sights of a regenerative farm change throughout the seasons on a naturalist-led hike on our trails.

    About this event

    Join us every first Wednesday of the month to walk the land! Experience how the sounds and sights of a regenerative farm change throughout the seasons on a naturalist-led hike on our trails.

    Dress for the weather. All ages welcome! Registration required.

    Location: 131 E Dayton-Yellow Springs, Rd. Yellow Springs, OH 45387. Meet in the front of the barn promptly at 5:00pm.

    Fee: $5/person, free for children under 5.

    Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/agraria-land-walk-tickets-229580961837

    Questions? Please email Celia at Cmontemurri@communitysolution.org

    • March 09, 2022
    • November 09, 2022
    • 5 sessions
    • Virtual event
    Register


    The Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council's vision is a food secure community. Our mission is to advance a healthy, equitable, and sustainable food system for all through collaboration and advocacy.

    We alternate monthly between full council meetings and project/impact team meetings (schedule for the latter varies).

    Our 2022 full council meetings will be:

    • Wed., Jan. 12, 2022, 2:30pm-4:00pm
    • Wed., Mar. 9, 2022, 2:30pm-4:00pm (Register here to attend IN PERSON @ Civic Garden Center or attend virtually via zoom by registering for this recurring event)
    • Wed., May 11, 2022, 2:30pm-4:00pm
    • Wed., July 13, 2022, 2:30pm-4:00pm
    • Wed., Sep. 14, 2022, 2:30pm-4:00pm
    • Wed., Nov. 9, 2022, 2:30pm-4:00pm
    Full Council Meetings are open to the public and provide an opportunity to network, learn about being an effective food system advocate, and be involved in strategically prioritizing the regional good food policy agenda. Come join us to learn more about what our members are doing and get involved!

    Current Council Workstreams:

    • Farm to Institution
    • Farm to Consumer
    • Healthy Food Access & Consumption
    • Regional Collaborative Infrastructure
    Council Impacts:
    • A happy, healthy, thriving population.
    • Financially, socially, and environmentally sustainable good food enterprises.
    • Resilient ag-of-the-middle infrastructures that maximize health and recirculate wealth.
    • Impactful and efficient collaborative use of regional assets and national resources to drive the above impacts
    Learn more about the Food Policy Council here.
    • March 16, 2022
    • May 18, 2022
    • 4 sessions

    Organization: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden


    About this event:

    Wednesday, March 16 2022

    Corina Newsome – Environmental Justice and Wildlife Conservation

    Corina Newsome is the Community Engagement Manager at Georgia Audubon and a recent graduate from Georgia Southern University with a Master of Science in Biology. Corina, who began in the field of wildlife conservation as a zookeeper, is an avian conservationist and connects people with birds across the state of Georgia. Having experienced the hurdles faced by historically marginalized communities in wildlife conservation, Corina’s mission is to center the perspectives and leadership of Black, Indigenous, and Communities of Color in wildlife conservation, environmental education, and exploration of the natural world.

    Wednesday, March 30 2022

    Dr. Arnaud Desbiez – Saving South American Giants

    Dr. Arnaud Desbiez is passionate about species conservation. He worked and lived in Belize, Argentina, Bolivia, Nepal and has now been based in Brazil for the past 20 years. He founded and coordinates the Giant Armadillo Conservation Program and Anteaters & Highways Project. His work has been featured in National Geographic, BBC nature and was recently featured in a 60-minute documentary on PBS. He lives in Campo Grande, Brazil with his wife, two kids and four dogs.

    Wednesday, April 27 2022

    Nilanga Jayasinghe – Human-Wildlife Conflict: The Elephant in the Garden

    Nilanga is a Manager on the Wildlife Conservation team at WWF and focuses on Asian species, particularly elephants, rhinos, tigers, and snow leopards, among others. She has nearly 20 years of extensive experience in international species conservation and has worked on conservation issues across the board in Asia, Africa, and North America. Her areas of expertise include human-wildlife conflict, Asian elephants, strategic planning, connectivity conservation, protected area management, and capacity building. She is a member of the Asian Elephant Specialist Group (AsESG) and the Asian Rhino Specialist Group (AsRSG) under the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the Species Survival Commission (SSC), and is a member of the Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group under the IUCN’s World Commission on Protected Areas. In her role, Nilanga works with WWF field teams and partners in more than 15 countries in Asia to further conservation efforts on the ground for WWF’s priority flagship species. She provides technical support for species conservation and management efforts and mobilizes resources to accomplish conservation activities. In addition, she works with global partners to develop and implement initiatives that harmonize species conservation with broader conservation goals.

    Wednesday, May 18 2022

    Dr. Doug Tallamy – Nature’s Best Hope

    Recent headlines about global insect declines and three billion fewer birds in North America are a bleak reality check about how ineffective our current landscape designs have been at sustaining the plants and animals that sustain us. To create landscapes that enhance local ecosystems rather than degrade them, we must add the native plant communities that sustain food webs, sequester carbon, maintain diverse native bee communities, and manage our watersheds. If you do this in half of the area now in lawn, you can help create Homegrown National Park, a 20-million-acre network of viable habitats that will provide vital corridors connecting the few natural areas that remain. This approach to conservation empowers you to play a significant role in the future of the natural world.


    Find tickets and access more information about this lecture series here.

    • March 19, 2022
    • June 14, 2022
    • 4 sessions
    • Victory Parkway & Sulsar Avenue - Walnut Hills School

    Organizations: Civic Garden Center & Cincinnati Parks

    About this event:

    Cincinnati Parks, the Civic Garden Center, and Walnut Hills High School students are collaborating on a large habitat restoration project located on park property in front of the high school. This is a long term project with an end goal of controlling invasive plant species, planting native plants, creating nature trails, and establishing a designated space for environmental education and research within the community.  Walnut Hills students hope to eventually use the space as an outdoor land lab, as this woods is located just steps from the main entrance to their school!

    This "Treeforestation" project is located on the acre of land located between Victory Parkway & Sulsar Avenue - just in front of Walnut Hills School.

    Volunteers should be prepared for the weather (lightweight clothing) and wear long pants and long sleeves to protect against thorns and possible poison ivy encounters.  Close-toed shoes are required. Suggested: Face covering, work gloves (if you own them) and a refillable water bottle.  There will be work gloves available to borrow and  a water cooler will be provided on site for volunteers to refill  bottles. Cincinnati Parks discourages single-use plastics.

    Regarding Covid-19:

    In efforts to stop the spread, for the safety of our staff, volunteers and community please consider the following guidelines:

    • If your temperature is higher than 100.4 within four hours of the project, please do not attend. Notify Christyl @ 513.240.5735 so staff can be updated.  

    • Do not participate if you or someone in your home is symptomatic (e.g., fever, cough, shortness of breath), or if someone you’ve come into close contact with is under investigation or diagnosed with a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19.

    • Please use face covering and practice social distancing at all times while on the site.

    • Please use gloves at all times to handle the tools and equipment.

    Saturday, March 19: 9am - 12pm

    Project will focus on stream clean up, trash pickup, trail maintenance, groundcover removal, and caging some trees

    Saturday, April 23: 9am -12pm

    Work will focus on invasive species removal (English Ivy & Euonymus) and rerouting & mulching trail. Volunteers will use loppers and hands and hand tools to remove ivy, pitchforks to load mulch into wheelbarrows and hard rakes to distribute.

    May 14: 9am - 12pm

    Project will focus on planting.

    Saturday, June 14: 9am - 12pm

    Scope of project TBD.

    More information and registration can be found here.

    • April 26, 2022
    • May 31, 2022
    • 5 sessions
    • Locations Vary, Check Event Description

    Organization: Hamilton County R3Source

    About this event:

    As gardeners roll up their sleeves for spring, we present our popular “Get the Dirt on Backyard Composting” seminars. Residents will learn how to compost and create a valuable addition to soil plants need during these one-hour programs. Participants learn how to balance a compost bin, what materials are compostable, and how to overcome any composting challenges. Hamilton County residents will receive a free kitchen scrap collector, a "Simple Guide to Composting in Your Backyard” booklet, and an "I Love Compost" magnet at the end of the program.

    Attendees can receive a $20 off coupon for the purchase of a compost bin, and more information about this compost bin sale can be found here.

    There are options for both in-person and virtually-based composting seminars, and more information can be found below. 

    Dates, times, and locations (in-person seminars):

    Tuesday - April 26 2022, 6:30 pm at Civic Garden Center

    Thursday - May 12 2022, 6:30 pm at Reading City Hall

    Tuesday - May 17 2022, 7:00 pm at Forest Park Senior Center

    Registration for the in-person composting events can be found here.

    Dates and times (virtual/online seminars):

    Tuesday - May 3 2022, 6:30 pm

    Tuesday - May 31, 12:00 pm

    Registration for the online composting events can be found here.

    • May 17, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Civic Garden Center - 2715 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45206

    Organization: Civic Garden Center

    About this event:

    Essential Oils for a Healthy Home

    Have you ever worried about toxins in your home? Did you know that there are over 80,000 chemicals on the market? We are exposed to toxins daily, in the air we breathe, and even in the food we eat. The human body is equipped to deal with toxins, but when it becomes overloaded the body becomes less efficient at managing them, and our toxic load increases. This can lead to long-term, and sometimes difficult to diagnose, health issues. Unfortunately, many of the products marketed to keep your home smelling fresh actually spread synthetic chemicals into the air you breathe. The good news is you have control over the products you use in your home. Say hello to doTERRA essential oils and goodbye to scented candles, aerosols, and plug-in air fresheners. This class includes a make-n-take session. You will make 3 different sample size non-toxic room sprays. Each with its own unique blend of doTERRA essential oils. Up to 2 additional spray bottles may be purchased for $5 each.

    Tickets: $25

    Registration and tickets can be found here.


    • May 17, 2022
    • 6:00 PM
    • The Bond Hill Recreation Center - 1501 Elizabeth Pl., Cincinnati, OH 45237

    Organization: City of Cincinnati Office of Environment and Sustainability

    About this event:

    Climate equity and environmental justice are issues that are incredibly important to me as the chair of Cincinnati’s Climate, Environment and Infrastructure Committee. That’s why Meeka Owens is hosting a special committee meeting on May 17th to discuss how changes in the environment impact you and your neighborhoods. If you want to see the data collected about how the climate crisis is impacting your neighborhood, you can review the Climate Equity Indicators report about your community. But this session is about more than data, it’s about engaging directly with YOU about the climate issues you’ve felt and noticed most in your own life.

    The special meeting will be at 6:00 PM and hosted at The Bond Hill Recreation Center, 1501 Elizabeth Pl., Cincinnati, OH 45237. It will feature a panel of local experts who work in the climate equity space and give you the chance to speak with them and ask questions. There will also be an opportunity to fill out the City’s Climate Change Survey and provide recommendations for the 2023 Green Cincinnati Plan. The Climate, Environment and Infrastructure Committee will be present so we can learn from your experiences.

    • May 17, 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Nature Center at the Summit - 1580 Summit Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45237-1904, United States

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County

    About this event:

    Come out and learn how to make a sourdough bread from scratch using wild yeast! You will create a starter (levain) and learn what it takes to keep it alive, what to feed it to thrive, and the benefits of wild yeast. Please bring your own clean glass jars with lids. Great Parks is following protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Ohio Department of Health. Parks Nature Center at The Summit (Free)

    More information can be found here.


    • May 17, 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • virtual event
    Register


    2022 Candidate Education Night: County and State Level Sustainable Action

    May 17, 2022 @ 7:00-8:30 pm via Zoom

    Calling all County Commissioner/Legislature candidates in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana!

    Calling all State Legislature candidates in Southwest Ohio!

    Green Umbrella, in partnership with the Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund, presents an educational event about sustainability action and policy for candidates running for local office. Regional sustainability leaders will educate candidates about how county and state elected officials can prepare their communities to act, where resources and champions are needed for continued progress, and how to leverage forthcoming funding. By understanding the history and current goals of the county/state level opportunities, candidates can develop platforms that are in alignment with federal programs and strategies identified by the community through regional planning processes. This session will also provide background on the provisions available for communities through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which provides $973 billion over five years from FY 2022 through FY 2026, including $550 billion in new investments for all modes of transportation, water, power and energy, environmental remediation, public lands, broadband and resilience.

    The event is open to all confirmed candidates running for County Commissioner in SW Ohio (Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren), Northern Kentucky (Boone, Campbell, Grant, and Kenton), and SE Indiana (Dearborn and Franklin), or for State Representative in SW Ohio. Candidates are also welcome to register campaign staff as guests.

    Candidates will be encouraged to develop detailed sustainability platforms to share at a public forum in fall 2022. Green Umbrella and Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund staff are available to offer support to candidates in crafting their platforms prior to the forums.

    For more information contact Savannah Sullivan, Climate Policy Director, savannah@greenumbrella.org.

    • May 18, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online - Zoom

    Organization: AIA Cincinnati

    About this event:

    Hosted by AIA Cincinnati and AIA Dayton

    Architects and engineers have traditionally focused on the safety and reliability of significant infrastructure components without deliberate design and incorporation of sustainable considerations on any level. However, the architectural community, and society as a whole, are now realizing the enormous investment of materials, energy, capital, and the resulting significant environmental burdens and social costs affiliated with infrastructure system design, development, and construction.

    Approaches to help achieve higher sustainability levels for infrastructure are developing and using new materials, construction techniques, and designs that enable the maintenance, repair, and replacement of the surface infrastructure network faster, more economical, and with longer-lasting life spans made possible by improved life-cycle management. Increased infrastructure sustainability is accomplishable through many methods, including improved materials and design, reductions in energy usage, and embodied CO2. Other methods include reducing construction waste, replacing diminishing virgin materials with recycled materials, and increasing structural durability to extend service life.

    AIA Member Cost: $5

    Non-member Cost: $10

    More information and registration can be found here.

    • May 18, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
    • virtual event
    Register


    Regional Climate Impacts and Housing Resilience

    May 18, 12:00-12:30 PM

    Join Green Umbrella and Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) on 5/18 from 12:00-12:30pm for the next installment of the Regional Climate Action Lunch & Learn Series. GU will provide some background on regional climate impacts and how they intersect with housing issues including resilience, equity, and affordability. HOME will share strategies and regional efforts related to the economic, social, and environmental approaches to create an open and safe housing market. GU will then wrap up with how regional local governments can take first steps on this front and announce forthcoming opportunities.

    Presenters: Elisabeth Risch, Executive Director at HOME; Laura Castillo, Research and Advocacy Coordinator at HOME; Savannah Sullivan, Climate Policy Director at Green Umbrella

    • May 18, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Washington Park Red Bike Station W 14th St & Elm St Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

    Organization: Tri-State Trails

    About this event:

    Join a coalition of regional bicycle advocates to remember and celebrate the lives of those lost in traffic crashes. Let’s ride together to become a movement for safer, more equitable access for all cyclists. We’ll gather our voices and show up for safe streets at Cincinnati City Hall, Newport City Hall, and Covington Plaza.

    Meet at the Washington Park Red Bike Station located at W 14th St & Elm.

    Ride with GPS route

    More information can be found here.

    • May 19, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Online

    Organization: USGBC Ohio

    About this event:

    In this session we will review three diverse, exemplary projects. PITT OHIO's new terminal in Parma is a model for efficiency, incorporating solar, wind and geothermal. Speakers will discuss the impetus for the project and the details of the design and construction. We will also hear about a historic preservation project in Kent, the LN Gross building. This LEED certified building overcame unique issues due to its age and designation as a historic building. Nonetheless, they renovated this art-deco style building into an efficient space while preserving its historic look. Our third project is the Melink HQ2 building in Cincinnati. This net zero building was modeled after the first net zero building on their campus. It incorporates the latest technology in windows and door systems, highly insulated walls, geothermal and solar installations.

    You won't want to miss this session. We will prove that efficient buildings of all types can - and are being built.

    Speakers:

    David Semler, Vice President, Rycon Construction

    David Clark, AIA, NCARB, Associate, MSP Design

    Jim Maug, Property Director, PITT OHIO

    Roger Pahoresky, Director of Operations, Rycon Construction

    Eric Pros, AIA, MBA, Director of Design, DS Architecture

    Steve Melink, Founder and Chairman, Melink Corp.

    2 continuing education credits for: BOMA, AEE, ASHRAE, AIA HSW, self reporting for Professional Engineers and LEED

    Registration Costs:

    Students - Free

    Members of 2030 Districts, ASHRAE, AIA, Cleveland State University, City of Cleveland, GCP, USGBC - $15

    Non-Members - $20

    Zoom link will be sent the day before the event.

    More information and registration for this event can be found here.

    • May 20, 2022
    • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Purple People Bridge

    Organization: Tri-State Trails

    About this event:


    You’re invited to the 13th annual Breakfast on the Bridge! Celebrate Bike Month and National Bike to Work Day on our most frequently used trail, the Purple People Bridge! Breakfast on the Bridge is the signature event in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s Bike Month tradition. First-timers, casual riders, and die-hard commuters are all invited to bike to the Newport side of the Purple People Bridge to enjoy free Trailhead Coffee from Reser Bicycle Outfitters and Lil’s Bagels with a side of cycling camaraderie. Or you can ride Cincinnati Metro and TANK free with your bike and save the sweat for your evening ride!

    More information can be found here.

    • May 20, 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Bridgeview Box Park @ Newport on the Levee


    Celebrate bike month with us at our May Green Drinks for an evening with big river views, live music, and cycling camaraderie!

    5:00-6:00 PM - Bike Ride

    The fun starts at 5:00 pm. We'll meet at Bridgeview Box Park @ Newport on the Levee and embark on a short guided bike ride to the KY 8 Licking River Bridge for a discussion about future pedestrian and cycling infrastructure in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.

    6:00-8:00 PM - Drinks & Networking

    Cheers to trails with a refreshing West 6th beer at Bridgeview Box Park @ Newport on the Levee to celebrate #BikeMonth and National Bike to Work Day. One dollar from every West 6th or Wooden Cask beer sold will be funds raised to support our regional Pop-Up Bike Shops!

    Learn more about how Tri-State Trails is working to connect people and places with a regional trail and bikeway network that enhances vibrancy and equity in our community!

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    Green Drinks is Green Umbrella's monthly social event that provides an opportunity to network with sustainability leaders across the region. This free event is open to anyone interested in active transportation issues and getting involved in local sustainability initiatives.

    • May 21, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Indian Creek MetroPark - Springfield Road Area

    Organization: MetroParks of Butler County

    About this event:

    Immerse yourself in the healing practice of forest bathing and mindfulness. A guide will lead you through a series of meditative practices to connect you with your surroundings. Presented in partnership with Oxford Community Yoga.

    Pre-registration required by May 20, 2022. Space is limited. Recommended ages 13 and up.

    For more information call (513) 867-5835.

    Registration can be found here.

    • May 21, 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Middleton-Mills Park - 3415 Mills Rd, Covington, KY 41015

    Organization: Kenton Country Parks & Recreation

    About this event:

    Kenton County Public Library, in partnership with Kenton County Parks & Recreation, is hosting Kids to Parks Day at Middleton-Mills Park in Shelter House #2. Enjoy a nature craft. After crafting, grab a nature scavenger hunt card and take a guided hike. Bring a water bottle; a snack will be provided.

    A NATIONAL DAY OF OUTDOOR PLAY!

    2022 marks the 12th anniversary of Kids to Parks Day, an annual day of outdoor exploration at local, state, and national parks and public lands across the country. Organized by National Park Trust, the mission of Kids to Parks Day is to foster future outdoor enthusiasts and help with developing the next generation of park stewards by engaging kids in memorable outdoor experiences. While discovering and exploring our parks, kids learn about park stewardship, outdoor recreation, STEM, and the history of our country and its amazing national treasures–because kids need parks and parks need kids!

    Participants are requested to register each person attending.

    For questions regarding the program, contact Jennifer Beach at (859) 962-4143 or jennifer.beach@kentonlibrary.org.

    Registration can be found here.

    • May 21, 2022
    • 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Location TBD

    Organization: Cincinnati Permaculture Institute

    About this event:

    Join us for an evening of conversation, exchange, and connection as we assemble the Cincinnati permaculture community for the first in our recurring Hangout series! This first one will be a Plant Swap that is being held in conjunction with the Midwest wide Plant Swap hosted by the Great Rivers and Lakes Permaculture Institute.

    Meet local leaders, make new friends, and find out the latest on what's going on in our bioregion by connecting to (y)our diverse and accomplished permaculture community.

    The event features plant based food options for sale, and a full cash bar with beer, wine, and special cocktails. Non-alcoholic drinks (kombucha) will also be available.

    Plant Swap: Bring plants left over from spring planting, Edible Perennial plants or support plants (like flowers, herbs, alliums or more) that can be divided or houseplants that need a new home! (No money exchanged.)

    More information and registration can be found here.

    • May 21, 2022
    • 7:00 PM
    • Imago - 700 Enright Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45205

    Organization: Imago

    About this event:


    Imago and Citizens for Rights of The Ohio River Watershed (CROW) present “X Marks The Spot”, a joyful, witty one woman musical offering a view to skew your perspective of your place on earth, literally. Singer, songwriter and performance artist Mary Kroner’s new play is part of Studiokroner’s All Else Pales Series during the month of May, a series exploring the environment in art and discussion.

    It is Mary’s intention that this performance piece serve as an entertaining perspective shifter for groups doing environmental awareness and healing work, and she is generously offering up proceeds to environmental groups to support their work. Imago and CROW will be the second and third groups to put this piece to work.

    Using the exact longitude and latitude of her home, Mary Kroner leads us on a journey back through the history of the universe to the present moment. This poignant performance will make you laugh and think about your place in the world with new eyes.

    More information and tickets can be found here.

    • May 22, 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • 103 William Howard Taft Road, Cincinnati OH 45219
    Register

    Hosted by: Faith Communities Go Green (a Green Umbrella & EquaSion Collaboration)


    Faith Communities Are Going Green!

    We understand the urgency of climate change and have taken action to reduce our carbon footprint. You can too.

    Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church

    Open House and Tour

    Sunday, May 22, 2022 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm

    103 William Howard Taft Road, Cincinnati OH 45219
    (Parking is in the rear of the building. Access is from either McMillan Street or Taft Road)

    Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church made “Earth Care” a foundational principle of our faith community. Congregation members will share how we planned and paid for building modifications. We have installed energy-efficient windows throughout our facilities. Our heating and cooling system has been upgraded with high-efficiency pumps. Our roofs are covered with solar panels that have cut our electrical demand from the grid by 63%. Our energy savings will in time pay for our investments.

    Our worship, education, and congregational life have also changed by keeping our attention on Earth Care. We will tell you more about that in the workshop. We hope you will join us to tour our facilities and see the difference we have made.

    Faith Communities Go Green partners with religious communities to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all by mobilizing their moral voice to reduce the risk of catastrophic climate change.

    To learn more and join the team, go to FCGG.org

    • May 25, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati - 2715 Reading Road Cincinnati, OH 45206

    Organization: Civic Garden Center

    About this event:

    Worm bins are a great way to compost food and vegetable scraps year round! At this workshop you will learn how to set up your own DIY indoor composter, turn your food scraps into valuable fertilizer, harvest vermicompost, and separate worms for future use. It is $30 to attend the class and $55 if you plan to build your bin to take home. If you plan to build a bin, your order needs to be made no later than May 10 so we can make sure we have adequate materials for all participants. All class participants will receive a copy of the book "Worms Eat My Garbage" by Mary Applehof.

    Registration can be found here.


    • May 26, 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Online

    Organization: ORSANCO

    About this event:

    The Ohio River Discussion Series is an opportunity for communities to share their knowledge and passion for the Ohio River. This monthly series of webinars features topics in Clean Water, Ecosystem Restoration, Research, Education, Transportation, Flood Control and Recreation. The Series was created by the Ohio River Recreation Trail in 2020. In 2021, the Series was expanded with additional partners to provide additional content and support. The Partners include the Ohio River Recreational Trail, the Ohio River Basin Alliance, the Foundation for Ohio River Education, ORSANCO, and the National Park Service.

    Registration can be found here. 

    • May 26, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Ronald Reagan Lodge, VOA Park 7850 VOA Park Drive West Chester, OH 45069

    Organization: OKI Regional Council of Governments

    About this event:

    Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI), and The Nature Conservancy invite you to an environmental planning workshop. This workshop will provide communities with information and tools for identifying and prioritizing environmental resources for protection or avoiding costly development impacts. We will also present an overview of environmental mitigation used when environmental impacts cannot be avoided. This workshop aims to connect communities to people and resources to promote and facilitate the conservation of natural areas throughout the region.

    This program features presentations on:

    Overview of OKI’s Environmental Web Applications

    Environmental Mitigation and Suitability Modeler- Online GIS application

    Ohio Stream and Wetland In-Lieu Fee Mitigation Program

    H2Ohio Program Update

    Also, please feel free to share with colleagues. We look forward to seeing you on the 26th


    • May 28, 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • 131 E Dayton Yellow Springs Rd, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA

    Organization: Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice

    About this event:

    Join us for daytime family-friendly fun and educational activities on the farm followed by an evening of food, drink, and dancing with a DJ in the barn! All proceeds will support Agraria’s mission.

    $5 for access to all daytime activities (Kids 5 and under FREE)

    $25 for evening adult tickets, $15 for students (ages 13+) and seniors (65+). Kids 12 and under FREE. Two complimentary drinks per evening ticket.

    PARKING: Our lot is very small! Paid parking is available at Agraria but we are also offering free parking at Antioch University Midwest with a shuttle service to Agraria. Free handicap/accessible parking at Agraria is also available.

    Daytime:

    Family-friendly activity stations

    Scavenger hunt

    Farm Tours

    Dogwood Kids Village Play Area (with adult supervision, open til dark)

    Local music

    Lawn games

    and More!

    Evening:

    Bonfire

    Family-friendly barn dance featuring local musicians and DJ!

    Food by FlyBy BBQ food truck, and drinks (alcoholic & non-alcoholic)

    Dusk hike

    Raffle prizes

    More information and registration can be found here.

    • May 31, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

    Organization: City of Cincinnati Office of Environment and Sustainability

    About this event:


    The Green Cincinnati Plan effort, conducted every 5 years since 2008, has helped establish Cincinnati as a national leader in sustainability. Join Mayor Aftab Pureval, Councilwoman Meeka Owens, and the Office of Environment and Sustainability at the 2023 Green Cincinnati Plan kickoff event on Tuesday, May 31st from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Cincinnati Zoo. The event will feature a session discussing progress to date and the process and goals of the 2023 update, as well as breakout sessions where you can share your ideas on how best to move Cincinnati forward as an equitable, sustainable, and resilient city. While registration is not required, it will assist with planning the event and ensure that proper accommodations can be made.

    Feel free to complete the Community Climate Survey prior to the event and share your climate recommendations!

    Registration can be found here.

    • June 01, 2022
    Register

    Cincinnati's Foodshed: An Art Atlas - Past, Present & Future is a collaboration by the Green Umbrella’s Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council, Cincinnati Museum Center, Wave Pool, Findlay Market, The Christ College of Nursing, and the University of Cincinnati. It is coordinated by Alan Wight.

    The project features a series of art exhibitions, community events and publications that showcase our regional foodshed's past, present and future. The project culminates in the publication of a beautiful coffee table book.

    You can help support this project and reserve a pre-ordered copy of the book with a $150 contribution.

    Additional sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Alan for more information.

    • June 01, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online

    Organization: USGBC Ohio

    About this event:

    Join us for our upcoming Lunch & Learn session which covers HVAC Retrofit Best Practices for GHG Emissions Reduction.

    This session includes live opening remarks and a brief presentation on local energy efficiency (EE) incentives, then we will offer a viewing of pre-recoded education content and a networking opportunity at the end. This Lunch & Learn is FREE for members and open to all. If you're not already a member, please use the membership ticket to join and a free event registration will be included.

    An increasing number of North American cities have now committed to an ambitious set of energy and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets. There exist a range of HVAC retrofit best practices for GHG emissions reduction. Additionally, whole-building energy monitoring can ensure ongoing, high performance operation. The power of today’s transparent data and analytics can address avoiding the energy drift in projects which often results in savings degrading. Studies have shown that this can amount to as much as 30% in as little as 3 years time. Through active performance management, savings can be sustained through the long term. On average, building HVAC is responsible for about 40% of the energy consumption in commercial buildings. But this percentage is increasing as building owners increasingly adopt energy efficient lighting, leaving HVAC as the principal place to look for energy savings.

    Over time, equipment in an HVAC systems tends to drift into ‘islands of set point controllers’. Some of the causes include manual interventions to address tenant comfort issues and changing functionality of buildings.These issues end up trapping approx. 30-40% of energy in energy wastage. We define this as the 'Energy White Space' in the building mechanical plants. Up to 30% energy savings can be achieved through control and optimization of the condenser loop, converting towers to variable flow and headering the cooling towers. Right-sizing presents yet another opportunity for energy savings. But the most reliable and informative connecting element in HVAC system is fluid flow (not pressure!) Flow rates inform decisions on operating speeds and equipment choices. Knowing real time flow information and rate of flow changes make possible the optimization of the performance of the entire HVAC system for improved efficiency and reduced operating costs. This presentation concludes with four real-world examples and results of HVAC best practices.

    Registration Costs:

    Members - Free

    Students - Free

    Sponsors / Speakers Guests - Free

    Non-Members - $20

    USGBC Membership + Registration - $109

    More information and registration for this event can be found here.

    • June 02, 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Online

    Organization: Lloyd Library & Museum

    About this event:

    Birdhouse, a project of Amplify the Future, founded  by Tykee James and Jeffrey Train in January 2020. As part of the Freedom Birders movement, it seeks to change the culture of bird watching in the United States by developing a racial justice curriculum and bird education project resourced by the lessons and inspiration of the Civil Rights Movement, the Freedom Riders, the Black Lives Matter Movement, the 1619 Project, and Black Birders Week. The Freedom Birdhouse, a virtual tour, explores the roots of their inspiration, and highlights the connection of the movement of people, observation of birds, and the recognition of land. This program will intersect with the Ohio Buckeye Trail, connecting the four corners of Ohio through nature trails.

    More information can be found here.

    • June 04, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • 4200 Springdale Road, Cincinnati OH 45251

    Organization: Hamilton County R3Source

    About this event:

    We're excited to offer our Spring 2022 Community Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale. Backyard Composting is an excellent way to reduce trash going to landfills and allows you to make your own compost! Rain barrels reduce water cost, keeps our water clean, and provides a natural source of water for plants and gardens all while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter our storm drains.

    The link to the site where you can choose what you'd like to purchase can be found below. Orders must be placed by June 2nd and picked up on June 4th, 2022 at 4200 Springdale Road, Cincinnati OH 45251. A limited amount of walk-up purchases will be available on pick-up day.

    Because we are purchasing in bulk, we are able offer compost bins, rain barrels and accessories at reduced prices. But if you attend one of our composting seminars, you will receive a $20 off coupon! Wait to order until after you receive your coupon code!

    Explore the compost bin sale website to see what is being offered at this community sale and to purchase your bin or barrel of choice.


    • June 04, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • UC Center for Field Studies - 11053 Oxford Rd, Harrison, OH 45030

    Organization: University of Cincinnati

    About this event:


    Join us for a day of exploration and learning lead by UC faculty, staff, and students. Explore the stream, catch critters, walk the prairie and mingle with experts and volunteers who will do their best to answer your questions about birds, fish, plants, invasive species, raingardens, etc. Bring the whole family. Kid-friendly activities!

    More information can be found here.

    • June 08, 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Online and at Lloyd Library - 917 Plum Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

    Organization: Lloyd Library & Museum

    About this event:

    “A picture is worth a thousand words” goes the famous adage, and it’s especially true in this technologically and graphically driven age. Photography is an effective vehicle to illustrate the beauty and intricacy of nature, expose people to new facets of natural history, and promote an interest in conservation. Photographic imagery has revolutionized survey protocols and greatly reduced the need for physical collections of specimens. Effective imagery can bring the Lilliputian details of a ruby-crowned kinglet to bear for all to see, expose the suave allure of a cedar waxwing, or capture the brutish glare of a hunting raptor. This pictorial talk will explore the ways in which imagery can be used to promote and document birds.

    More information can be found here.


    • June 12, 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    • virtual event
    Register


    Hosted by: Faith Communities Go Green (a Green Umbrella & EquaSion Collaboration)

    Faith Communities Go Green's Education and Lifestyle working group invites you to a FREE virtual screening of the movie THE REVOLUTION GENERATION followed by a half-hour discussion of this movie.

    Sunday, June 12, 2022
    5:30-7:15 PM

    From the comfort of your home, over dinner, enjoy this refreshing movie that explores the world-changing activism and potential of the largest youth generation in history. It paints a powerful and hopeful picture of how today's youth can solve global political and environmental crises.

    This is a virtual event. Please register to receive the zoom link.

    Faith Communities Go Green partners with religious communities to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all by mobilizing their moral voice to reduce the risk of catastrophic climate change.

    To learn more and join Faith Communities Go Green, go to FCGG.org

    • June 15, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Union Hall, 1311 Vine Street, Cincinnati OH
    Register

    We invite all Cincinnati 2030 District members, partners and supporters to our first Cincinnati 2030 District Summit!

    This half-day mini-conference will take place on Wednesday, June 15 as a pre-conference intensive for this year's Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit (taking place the following day on Thursday, June, 16).


    Cincinnati 2030 District Summit
    Wednesday, June 15, 2022 @ 1:00-6:00 PM
    Union Hall, 1311 Vine Street

    Featuring:

    • Professional Partner Expo - Get to know our District's professional partners and the services they provide to help you achieve your goals! Professional partners are invited to reserve a table for $50 - or sponsor the event and receive a complimentary table!
    • Educational workshops and case studies throughout the afternoon focused on solutions related to the District's four pillars (energy, water, transportation, and occupant health) - details below.
    • Keynote by Mark Fisher, Senior Director of Facilities, Planning and Sustainability, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
    • Happy Hour and networking
    • CEUs - Seeking self-reporting for Professional Engineers, WELL AP and LEED GBCI credits

    Session 1: Beginning your 2030 Journey

    Learn about or refresh your understanding of the District, followed by a panel discussion where you'll hear from building owners about utilizing the pillars as guide to frame and support their journey and hear about what they've accomplished.

    Speakers include:

    • Nadja Turek, PE, F.SAME, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, ENV SP, GGP, Director of Sustainability, Altafiber
    • Tiffany Budd, M.A. Sustainability Operations Coordinator, Northern Kentucky University
    • Emma Cotter: Director of Operations and Sustainability, Wee Hive (Sleepy Bee, Aster, Waggle)
    • Frances Kroner, CEO/ Executive Chef, Sleepy Bee Cafe
    • Elizabeth Rojas, LEED AP BD+C, NCIDQ, Cincinnati 2030 District Director
    • Carl Sterner, AIA, LEED AP, CPHC Director of Design & Sustainability, Sol Design and Consulting

    Session 2: Strategies to meet the Cincinnati 2030 District Goals

    Hear a short introduction to the district progress and learn from building members and partner about how they’ve strategize to implement successful projects in this panel discussion. Also learn about how the District can support existing CSR and ESGs, and be a springboard for new goals.

    Speakers include:

    • Daniel Lessing, LEED AP BD+C, CEM, Client Leader, BHDP
    • Pete Metz, Director, The Connected Region, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
    • Hunter Swope, EIT, LEED GA, EcoDistricts AP, Building Science Engineer, CMTA
    • Jerry P. Noble, Vice President, Regional Director, Pepper Construction of Ohio
    • Thom Anderson, PE Mechanical Engineer, CMTA
    • Amy Malmstrom, RA, LEED AP, WELL AP, Owner’s representative
    • Elizabeth Rojas, LEED AP BD+C, NCIDQ, Cincinnati 2030 District Director

    This event is FREE for Cincinnati 2030 District members, professional partners and community partners (registration code provided).

    Guests and general public: $75 registration.

    Bundle and save: Already registered for the Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit? Add on this pre-conference event for just $50 (registration code provided).

    Thank you to our generous event sponsors!

        Your logo here!   

    Want to sponsor this event or the Cincinnati 2030 District throughout the year? Check out our Event and District sponsorship opportunities. Event sponsorship secures a table for the expo in addition to other benefits.

    Questions about the event or sponsor opportunities? Contact elizabeth@greenumbrella.org

    Questions about registration? Contact charlie@greenumbrella.org

    The Cincinnati 2030 District is a collaborative effort to create a network of healthy, sustainable and high-performing buildings in the city of Cincinnati. Participating members make a collective commitment to reduce their buildings' energy use, water consumption and transportation emissions by 50% by the year 2030.

    • June 16, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Cintas Center, Xavier University
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    ** In-person tickets for 6/16 are SOLD OUT **
    ** Virtual registration remains open **

    Each year, the Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit brings together hundreds of passionate business, nonprofit, government and community leaders to share inspiring forward-thinking and solution-oriented ideas that propel us toward a healthier, more resilient, sustainable and equitable future.

    This year, we are excited to host three days of programming from June 15-17, 2022:

    Wednesday, June 15: Cincinnati 2030 District Summit (separate registration)
    Thursday, June 16: Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit
    Friday, June 17: Partner-Led Field Trips (FREE - RSVP required)

    We're thrilled to announce that in 2022 the Summit will return to Xavier University's Cintas Center as an in-person / hybrid event on Thursday, June 16th.

    Join us as we explore Emergent Strategies for an Equitable, Climate Prepared Region.

    Our keynote, plenary, breakout sessions and short talks will cover a broad range of relevant topics, including:

    • Healthy & Resilient Communities
    • Business & Green, Circular economy
    • Government & Policy
    • Healthy, High-Performing Infrastructure
    • Creating a Food Secure Community
    • Climate Justice, Equity and Inclusion
    • Emergency Preparedness

    Limited in-person tickets will be available. Proof of vaccination or negative COVID test will be required, and masks must be worn in the building when not actively eating or drinking (updates may be made to COVID safety protocols as the event nears). Secure your spot early to get the full conference experience, including:

    • All sessions (both main stage and breakouts)
    • Expo
    • Networking
    • Vegetarian Lunch
    • Reception​

    Registration is now open!

    We expect this event to reach capacity for in-person attendance, so please secure your spot early.

    Green Umbrella Members - $125 (early-bird) / $150 (after 3/31)
    Non-Members - $160 (early-bird) / $185 (after 3/31)
    Students - $50

    Virtual Registration (livestream of main stage only) - $45

    ** We are offering a limited number of highly discounted scholarships. Please contact charlie@greenumbrella.org if cost is a barrier for you **

    We will also broadcast the main stage sessions virtually for those that prefer to tune in from the comfort of their home or office.

    Learn more about the event, sponsorship opportunities, and our call for speakers, panel discussions, interactive workshops, field trips, artist submissions and award nominations at https://www.midwestsustainabilitysummit.org/

    • June 18, 2022
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • The Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati - 2715 Reading Road Cincinnati, OH 45206

    Organization: Civic Garden Center

    About this event:

    Annual Family Fun Day event!

    Save the date: June 18th, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, is our annual Family Fun Day event! Bring your family and friends and come enjoy tours, live music, food trucks, and lots of games and activities for kids and adults alike. We hope you’ll join us!

    What’s Happening

    Here’s the schedule for the day:

    11:00 am - 11:30 pm: Garden tours and scavenger hunt

    11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Green Learning Station tour

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm: Cincinnati Museum Center Underground Railroad (30 participants max)

    1:00 pm - 2:00 pm: CSO Music Lab

    2:15 pm - 3:15 pm: Cincinnati Museum Center Walking City (30 participants max)

    2:30 pm - 3:00 pm: Garden tours and family yoga

    We’ll also have a variety of events and vendors happening throughout the whole event:

    Stop by the Cincinnati Recycling & Reuse Hub table, the Cincinnati Nature Center table, the CGC coloring and info station, the Friends of the Public Library table, and the Making Mosaics with Found Objects art activity

    Listen to music from DJ April Reign

    Pick up a plant from White Oak Plants or a book from the Friends of the Public Library

    Registration can be found here.

    • August 06, 2022
    • 6:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Multiple Locations - Depending on Registration Choice

    Organization: Adventure Crew

    About this event:

    Ohio River Paddlefest

    Paddle Options: Pick Your Paddle

    We now offer two paddling distances. Explore the full course on our 9.0 mi paddle or opt for shorter adventure on our half distance paddle. Both paddling routes start at Schmidt Recreation Complex.

    PADDLEFEST CLASSIC / 9.0 MI PADDLE

    Enjoy the full Paddlefest route through downtown with optional tour of the Mill Creek and take out at Gilday Riverside Park.

    PADDLEFEST MINI / 4.5 MI PADDLE

    Half the distance but just as fun, our 4.5 mi paddle concludes at the Public Landing and is limited to 300 paddlers.

    Find out more details about paddling and register here.

    Race Options: Choose Your Distance

    Race to the Roebling / 4.2 Miles

    Race half the Paddlefest course to our midpoint at Covington. Complete the paddling route at a leisurely pace. SUPs and recreational kayaks only.

    Seven Bridges Race / 9.0 Miles

    Longest race at Paddlefest, running the full length of our paddling course. Open to all craft. 

    Find out more details about racing and register here.

Past events

May 16, 2022 Sacred Grounds: Stories and Best Practices for Sustainably Stewarding the Grounds of Faith Communities
May 16, 2022 Refreshing the Park Board: Part 2
May 15, 2022 Pups & Pints
May 15, 2022 Spring Migration - Spring Grove Cemetery
May 14, 2022 NestWatch Training: NKY Bluebird Trail Monitors
May 14, 2022 Designing Outdoor Containers and Flower Beds for Summer
May 14, 2022 Photography in the Garden Workshop with Tom Conway
May 14, 2022 BioBlitz (Native Wildflowers)
May 14, 2022 Annual MoBo Bike and Plant Sale
May 12, 2022 Women for the Land: From Seed to Green
May 11, 2022 Indigenous Decorative Arts: Quillwork
May 10, 2022 Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases
May 10, 2022 Community Forum on Precision Environmental Health
May 08, 2022 Mother's Day Wildflower Walk & Craft
May 07, 2022 Whimsical Wildflower Trail
May 07, 2022 Wildflower Walk
May 07, 2022 THE Plant Sale at Civic Garden Center
May 06, 2022 Taste of the Season: Spring Greens
April 30, 2022 Green Gala
April 30, 2022 Green Building Tour Series: Bunge Residence
April 30, 2022 Forest Foraging
April 30, 2022 Western Wildlife Corridor 17th Annual Flower-a-thon Fundraiser
April 29, 2022 Oxbow West Cleanup: Tires, Trash & More
April 29, 2022 Cincinnati's Arbor Day – Proclamation Ceremony & Tree Planting with CPS Students
April 27, 2022 ElevateEquity Demo Day
April 27, 2022 Herb Spiral Skillshare
April 27, 2022 Wasted Food Stops with Us Day
April 24, 2022 Repair Fair
April 24, 2022 Spring Migration - East Fork State Park
April 23, 2022 Earth Day at Lick Run Greenway
April 23, 2022 Greater Cincinnati Earth Day Festival
April 23, 2022 Lick Run Greenway Volunteer Cleanup
April 23, 2022 2022 Earth Day Stream Cleanup
April 23, 2022 State Roadway Cleanup
April 23, 2022 Dogwood Dash 5K
April 23, 2022 Great American Cleanup: Northside
April 23, 2022 Spring Migration
April 23, 2022 Earth Day Invasive Species Removal
April 23, 2022 2022 Spring Litter Cleanup
April 22, 2022 Solar Town Hall & Happy Hour
April 22, 2022 Shop at Lilly Pulitzer: Support Green Umbrella
April 22, 2022 2022 MCYC Mill Creek Valley Cleanup by Canoe
April 22, 2022 Virtual Earth Day 5K
April 21, 2022 While Nations Promise, Cities Deliver: Cities as Sustainability Leaders with David Miller
April 21, 2022 Monitoring Technology for Migrant Bird Conservation
April 21, 2022 Earth Day Bioblitz
April 21, 2022 2022 Community Education Series: ABC's of Green Building
April 20, 2022 Stop the World from Burning: Justice and Practicality, Youth and Age with Bill McKibben
April 20, 2022 CORV Local Food Guide Release
April 20, 2022 Greencharge StartupCincy
April 20, 2022 Equitable Community Engagement for Climate Action
April 19, 2022 The Ohio River Watershed Part II: Who Speaks for Nature?
April 19, 2022 Mason Jar Hydroponics
April 19, 2022 Two Part Ohio Food Waste Composting Tour
April 16, 2022 Acrylic Paint Pour with Plants
April 16, 2022 The Practice of Council
April 15, 2022 UC Sustainability Awards Ceremony
April 15, 2022 Community Partnership for Sustainability
April 14, 2022 Food Series - Our Local Food System: The Case for Hope
April 14, 2022 Bike Kitchen Workshop - Intro to Repair
April 12, 2022 Underground Storage of Carbon Dioxide
April 12, 2022 A Gardening Approach to Sustainability: Water
April 12, 2022 Up in the Sky: Things that Fly
April 11, 2022 An "Across the Isle" Conversation
April 11, 2022 UC Central Utility Plant Tour
April 09, 2022 Listen. Lead. Share South Cumminsville-Millvale
April 08, 2022 Habitat Management Field Day at Conservancy Park
April 06, 2022 Building Local Government Capacity for Climate Action
April 06, 2022 2022 Symposium on Sustainability in Health Care
April 06, 2022 Rethink Litter: A City-Wide Hack-A-Thon
April 05, 2022 Hummingbirds! (Online)
April 05, 2022 Regenerative Home Food Garden Series
April 02, 2022 Fruit Tree Grafting Workshop
April 02, 2022 Tree Planting at Todd's Fork
April 01, 2022 Earth Month Ecochallenge 2022
March 30, 2022 KY 8 Licking River Bridge Public Open House
March 29, 2022 A Gardening Approach to Sustainability: Introduction
March 27, 2022 Introduction to Sustainable Home Food Production
March 26, 2022 Ohio River Sweep: Doe Run Lake
March 25, 2022 Ohio River Way Coalition Meeting
March 24, 2022 Every Yard Counts: Making Your Home Bird Friendly
March 24, 2022 It's Gotten Rotten!
March 24, 2022 Green Drinks & Green Schoolyard Tour
March 23, 2022 Spring Favorites from the Mediterranean
March 22, 2022 The Earth is Round
March 22, 2022 The Ohio River Watershed Part I: GCWW - Ensuring Good Water Quality from Source to Tap
March 22, 2022 Spring Wildflowers of Ohio Forests with Greg Torres
March 20, 2022 Spring Equinox Celebration 2022
March 20, 2022 Vermicomposting 101 with Back2TheDirt
March 19, 2022 Saving Wildflowers: Trosset Wildflower Sanctuary Talk
March 19, 2022 Construction Techniques for the Gardener
March 19, 2022 Waffles in the Woods
March 18, 2022 Full Moon Walk: Crow Moon at Rowe Woods
March 17, 2022 Design Excellence- Healing a messed-up world one project at a time
March 15, 2022 Essential Oils for Gardening
March 15, 2022 Hamilton County Waste Plan Update: Public Input Meeting & Survey
March 13, 2022 Meet the Herptiles!
March 13, 2022 Live Willow Staking
March 12, 2022 Build-a-Beehive Workshop
March 12, 2022 Wonderful Women of Conservation Walk
March 11, 2022 The Musty Mustelids: A Seminar on Weasels & Their Relatives
March 11, 2022 On the Wing: An Illustrated Chapter on Birds Exhibit Opening
March 10, 2022 Effortless Natives for Your Landscape
March 10, 2022 Sustainable Urban Landscapes Symposium
March 09, 2022 Community Solar - What's It All About?
March 09, 2022 Astronomy Club
March 09, 2022 2022 State of the Mill Creek Address
March 09, 2022 Buckeye Trace Preserve Hike
March 08, 2022 The Rise and Fall of the Callery Pear
March 08, 2022 Please Look Up!
March 08, 2022 Getting Started with Mason Bees
March 08, 2022 Climate Change and Transportation
March 07, 2022 Adaptations in Owls: A Talk by Denver Holt
March 05, 2022 Historic Barn Walk
March 05, 2022 Shiitake Mushroom Workshop
March 05, 2022 Fruit Tree Pruning Blitz Weekend
March 04, 2022 The Pur-fect Seminar
March 03, 2022 Farm Preservation Seminar
March 03, 2022 CAC Thursday Art Play
March 01, 2022 Queen Mother's Market Cooperative Launch Party
March 01, 2022 Vegetable Gardening Question and Answer
March 01, 2022 Hike at Buckeye Trace Preserve
February 28, 2022 Introductory Riding Lessons
February 27, 2022 Local University Student Activists Talk About Climate Change
February 27, 2022 Early Spring Waterfowl Migration
February 26, 2022 Spring in Our Steps: A Decade of Safer Stairs + Alleys
February 26, 2022 Chickens In Your Backyard
February 26, 2022 Urban Nature Journaling: Winter Watercolors
February 26, 2022 Conservation and Water Quality in the Miami Valley
February 26, 2022 The Forest Calls to Us: Writing Children's Stories in Nature
February 26, 2022 2022 Great Tree Summit
February 25, 2022 Things That Bark & Howl
February 25, 2022 Girl's Night Out
February 25, 2022 Winter Tree ID
February 25, 2022 Regional Trail & Bikeway Committee
February 24, 2022 The Park Board: Time for a Refresh?
February 24, 2022 Backyard Birding for Adults
February 24, 2022 The Intersection of Racial Justice and Climate Action
February 23, 2022 E-bike as a Car Replacement
February 23, 2022 Basic Organic Vegetable Gardening: Seed Starting
February 23, 2022 Hike and Habitat Restoration at Kirby
February 22, 2022 Food for Freedom: A Black History Month Experience
February 22, 2022 Film Showing and Discussion “Public Trust: the Fight for America’s Public Lands”
February 22, 2022 2030 District New Year Kick-Off
February 20, 2022 Winter Birds Bingo: What's For Dinner?
February 19, 2022 Maple Tapping and Tasting
February 19, 2022 Maple Sugar Days
February 19, 2022 Green Home Tour - LEED Platinum Renovation in OTR
February 18, 2022 Annual Moonlit Evening Winter Walk
February 16, 2022 Full Moon Walk: Skunk Moon
February 16, 2022 Regional Strategies for Equitable Climate Action in Greater Cincinnati
February 13, 2022 Greenhouse Skillshare Workshop
February 12, 2022 Love in the Woods
February 12, 2022 Maple Tapping Basics
February 11, 2022 Maple in the Moonlight
February 11, 2022 Cincinnati Wine: An Effervescent History
February 10, 2022 Cardinal Brink For A Cause Fundraiser
February 10, 2022 ENC Thought Leadership Series: Equity Strategies
February 09, 2022 Basic Organic Vegetable Gardening: Soil Health
February 09, 2022 Western Wildlife Corridor Monitoring Hike
February 09, 2022 Calling All Animal Lovers
February 08, 2022 Ancient Mayan Culture with Dr. David Lentz
February 06, 2022 Introduction to Sustainable Home Food Production
February 05, 2022 Seed Bomb Workshop
February 04, 2022 Winter Naturalist 101 Series
February 03, 2022 Invasive Spotted Lanternflies: What You Need to Know - Virtual Program
January 29, 2022 Annual Winter Hike
January 29, 2022 Backpacking Skills Series
January 27, 2022 AIA Cincinnati Annual Meeting
January 26, 2022 Maple Sugaring Basics (Online)
January 26, 2022 Bird Language Walk & Sit Spot
January 26, 2022 Leadership Awards Celebration for Indiana, Michigan & Ohio
January 24, 2022 UC Sustainability presents “Rights of Nature” presentation with Susan VonderHaar
January 23, 2022 "Kiss the Ground" Film Screening & Discussion
January 23, 2022 Season Extension Skillshare Workshop
January 23, 2022 Planning Spring Native Gardens (Online)
January 22, 2022 Farmyard Family Storytime
January 22, 2022 Maple Syrup Making And Guided Sap Collecting Hikes In The Sugarbush
January 22, 2022 BIPOC Farming Network Roundtable
January 20, 2022 Adventure Like a Champ Part 1: Thru-Hiking
January 20, 2022 Margaret Fuller Lecture Series
January 19, 2022 Planning for Your Pollinator Garden
January 18, 2022 Western Wildlife Corridor Hike
January 17, 2022 Full Moon Walk: Wolf Moon at Rowe Woods
January 17, 2022 Full Moon Hike: In Search of Owls
January 14, 2022 2022 Frosty Fridays Hike Series
January 13, 2022 The Night Sky in Winter
January 12, 2022 Salon: The Brent Spence Bridge Project Reimagined
January 11, 2022 Evidence of an Ancient Comet Airburst
January 11, 2022 Sandstone and Limestone Quarrying: Behind the Scenes
January 10, 2022 Reversing Global Warming
January 08, 2022 The Nature of Video Games
January 08, 2022 Yard Trimmings Drop-Off
January 08, 2022 Winter Hikes at Great Parks
January 07, 2022 A Season of Stillness
January 06, 2022 2022 Recycling and Litter Prevention Grant Informational Webinar
January 04, 2022 Solar Now - Virtual Info Sessions
December 31, 2021 New Years' Eve Orienteering
December 31, 2021 Stories by the Fireside
December 30, 2021 Get Outside! Nature Walk
December 29, 2021 Winter Wizards Winter Break Camp
December 26, 2021 Christmas Bird Count
December 26, 2021 Christmas Bird Count
December 21, 2021 Snake Handling and Feeding
December 19, 2021 Winter Solstice Trail Run for Women and Girls
December 19, 2021 Western Hamilton County Christmas Bird Count
December 18, 2021 French Park Full Moon Walk
December 18, 2021 Holiday Open House
December 18, 2021 Storytelling & Lunch with Santa
December 18, 2021 Clear the Shelter Adoption Event
December 17, 2021 Stories by the Fireside
December 16, 2021 Regional Tree Canopy Professionals Seminar
December 15, 2021 Building Soil Health, Virtual Strategy Meeting
December 15, 2021 Vacuum Seeder Construction Workshop
December 15, 2021 Diversity Leadership Symposium
December 14, 2021 GU's 2021 Annual Meeting
December 12, 2021 Hike For Your Health With Roads Rivers And Trails
December 11, 2021 Lost Railroad Hike
December 11, 2021 Winter Wonders Hike
December 11, 2021 Print Like Charley Harper
December 11, 2021 Winter Animal Story Hike, Over and Under the Snow
December 10, 2021 The Gift of Wonder: A History of Nature Books for Children
December 09, 2021 Mid-Week Hike
December 09, 2021 Statehouse Rally to Repeal Coal Subsidies
December 09, 2021 Show and Tell on the Farm - Winter Wreaths
December 08, 2021 Climate Advisory Group Community Listening Session
December 08, 2021 Ohio Energy Conference
December 07, 2021 Learn about the Cincinnati Recycling & Reuse Hub
December 07, 2021 Bridging Occupant & Community Health
December 05, 2021 Show and Tell on the Farm - Let's Make Soap
December 04, 2021 Holiday Garden Gnome Door Swag
December 03, 2021 Holiday Crafts Workshops
December 03, 2021 Gifting Green for Kids: Lip Balm
December 02, 2021 Entry Level Riding Lessons
December 02, 2021 Show and Tell on the Farm - ABC's of Farm Life Letters X, Y & Z
December 01, 2021 Light in the Forest
December 01, 2021 8th Annual Holiday Lights Recycling Event by Cohen Recycling
November 30, 2021 Virtual: Cross Country Skiing Basics
November 30, 2021 Brownie Scouts Outdoor Adventurer Badge
November 29, 2021 Drive-Through Event: 2021 Composting 101
November 27, 2021 Fairfield’s Parade of Lights
November 26, 2021 "Plaid Friday" Urban Hike with Imago
November 26, 2021 The Nature of Fairy Tails
November 23, 2021 Turkey Tuesday Thanksgiving Harvest Celebration
November 22, 2021 Walk in the Woods Art Show
November 21, 2021 Medicinal Plant Series: Essential Oils:
November 20, 2021 Covington Parks Urban Hike
November 20, 2021 Winter Interest Outdoor Container Design
November 20, 2021 Farm Encounters Walk
November 20, 2021 Eradicating Invasive Plant Day
November 20, 2021 Chicken Feeding for Families (Free Program)
November 20, 2021 Clean Up Cincy
November 19, 2021 Festival of Lights
November 19, 2021 Plant Trials Day
November 18, 2021 Virtual: Snowshoeing Basics
November 18, 2021 Envision a Sustainable Society: A chat with the author of Bright Green Future
November 18, 2021 Cocktails and Conservation
November 18, 2021 Ohio's Largest Industry Addresses the Climate Crisis
November 18, 2021 Ohio Public Interest Environmental Law Conference
November 18, 2021 Our Fight for Clean, Safe & Accessible Water
November 17, 2021 Virtual: Winter Survival Basics
November 17, 2021 Contagious Cincinnati: Pandemics and Public Policy
November 17, 2021 2021 Academy Summit: Series & Full Day Registration
November 16, 2021 Virtual: Winter Camping Basics
November 16, 2021 Groundswell - OEC Annual Meeting
November 16, 2021 Ohio River Discussion: Ohio River Recreation
November 15, 2021 How to Start a Green Team in Your Congregation
November 15, 2021 Small Scale Community Composting
November 15, 2021 Letters to Santa, Letters from Santa
November 14, 2021 The Mysteries of Glenwood
November 14, 2021 Big Dance Storywalk
November 13, 2021 Bunny Care for Families (Free Program)
November 13, 2021 Fossil Hunting with Jack Berninger
November 13, 2021 Volunteer Day at CRRH
November 13, 2021 Conservation & Land Stewardship: Walnut Woods "Treeforestation" project
November 13, 2021 Bird Walk
November 12, 2021 2021 BRIGHT Ride for Better Bike Infrastructure
November 12, 2021 Union Co-op Symposium
November 12, 2021 Harper Art Show
November 11, 2021 Solar Seminar + Mayor Cranley Keynote
November 10, 2021 The Controversial Coyote
November 10, 2021 GATHER (a Food Policy Council celebration)
November 10, 2021 Southwest Ohio Update & Listening Session
November 09, 2021 SustainableCincy GO!
November 09, 2021 Design Firms and the COVID Workplace: Part 4
November 09, 2021 Biophilic Design with Windows and Doors
November 08, 2021 Veterans Appreciation Drive-Thru Event
November 07, 2021 Wildflower Seed Harvesting Project At Long Branch Farm & Trails
November 07, 2021 1800s Harvest Jamboree
November 06, 2021 Mini-Boat Float Challenge On Avey’s Run
November 06, 2021 Native Wildflower Propagation
November 06, 2021 HighGrain Harvest Festival
November 06, 2021 Burnet Woods Fall Foliage Hike
November 06, 2021 Trains and Traditions, A Cincinnati Holiday
November 06, 2021 Native Bird Tour at the Arboretum
November 06, 2021 Household Hazardous Waste Collection
November 05, 2021 Cincinnati World Town Planning Day 2021
November 05, 2021 Pathways to Regeneration: Honoring Water
November 04, 2021 Trees in Our Communities Forum
November 04, 2021 Green Drinks & Healthy Building Tour
November 03, 2021 OH Women in Green Discussion Forum
October 30, 2021 Join the Great American Cleanup: Bond Hill is BOO-TIFUL!
October 30, 2021 Trash-a-Thon FUNdraiser
October 30, 2021 Fall Volunteer Tree Planting
October 30, 2021 McNicholas Data Destruction and Paper Shred Event
October 29, 2021 Spooky Tales on the Trails: Tails of Animals Past
October 29, 2021 Madcap Puppets’ Legend of Sleepy Hollow
October 28, 2021 100 Things to See in the Night Sky, Part 3
October 28, 2021 Star Glazers: Family Pottery
October 28, 2021 Trunks and Treats on the Trail
October 27, 2021 CLASS: Gardening for Climate Change
October 27, 2021 Fall Color Tour
October 27, 2021 Maximizing Water Efficiency for Sustainable Restroom Design
October 26, 2021 Bats: Beyond the Bad Rap
October 26, 2021 Monsters in the Sky - Online Class
October 25, 2021 Envisage Architecture - Commercial Project Planned for LEED Silver
October 24, 2021 Goat Milk Soap Making with Pine Lane Soaps
October 24, 2021 Fall Orchard Installation - Norwood
October 23, 2021 Halloween Movie in the Park
October 23, 2021 Nature at Night Pumpkin Hike
October 23, 2021 Halloween Movie in the Park: Hocus Pocus
October 23, 2021 Tri-State Trails Annual Meeting & Fundraiser
October 23, 2021 Halloween Walk at Village Green Park
October 23, 2021 Fall Orchard Installation - Price Hill
October 23, 2021 Connect With Nature Senior Series: Fall Foliage
October 23, 2021 Western Wildlife Corridor Art Show
October 23, 2021 Land Access Workshop
October 23, 2021 Fall Nature Walk
October 23, 2021 Run for the Bottoms
October 23, 2021 Reforest Northern Kentucky 2021
October 23, 2021 Women Sharing the Outdoors: Girl Power - Outdoor Skills Sampler
October 23, 2021 Household Hazardous Products One Day Drop-off Event
October 22, 2021 Campfire on the Bluff: Spooooooky Campfire Stories
October 22, 2021 Spooky Tales on the Trails: History is a Mystery
October 22, 2021 Cincinnati Coffee Festival
October 22, 2021 Fire Building and S'mores
October 22, 2021 Free Hike Fridays: Forests, Foliage and Fungi, Oh My!
October 21, 2021 Green Drinks & Seek Cincy Scavenger Hunt
October 21, 2021 Race, Wealth, and Homeownership
October 21, 2021 Local Solutions to Global Challenges: Creating a Green Cincinnati
October 20, 2021 Full Moon Walk: Hunter's Moon At Rowe Woods
October 20, 2021 CLASS: Fall Harvest Cooking Series
October 20, 2021 CityClub Event
October 19, 2021 Touring American Observatories
October 19, 2021 Keeping the Critters Outside
October 19, 2021 Connectivity: A New Era of the Western Hills Viaduct
October 18, 2021 Living Into Transformative Change
October 17, 2021 Healthy In Nature Trail Run
October 16, 2021 Jack-o-Lantern Hike
October 16, 2021 The Great Pinecone
October 16, 2021 Native Foraged And Farmed Harvest Days At LBFT
October 16, 2021 2021 Halloween Happenings Kid’s Fun Day & Character Trail
October 16, 2021 Farm Encounters Walk
October 16, 2021 Arthur E. Morgan Legacy Conference
October 16, 2021 Clean Up Cincy
October 16, 2021 Urban Stream Adventure October 2021
October 15, 2021 Cincy Block Party
October 15, 2021 Spooky Tales on the Trails: A Journey to the Stars
October 15, 2021 Halloween Happenings Haunted Trail
October 15, 2021 Root Ball
October 14, 2021 Snowshoeing Basics
October 14, 2021 Zoo Brew
October 14, 2021 ENC Trivia Night - Treehugger Trivia
October 14, 2021 Connect With Nature Senior Series: Feathered Friends
October 13, 2021 Local Candidate Climate & Sustainability Forum
October 13, 2021 Black Walnut Hunting At Long Branch Farm & Trails
October 13, 2021 Urban Design Salon
October 13, 2021 2021 Code Academy: Chapter 16
October 12, 2021 Wildflowers & Ferns of the Red River Gorge
October 12, 2021 The Moon - Online Class
October 12, 2021 Trivia Night
October 12, 2021 Class: Basic Houseplant Care
October 12, 2021 USGBC Midwest Municipal Forum
October 10, 2021 Get to Know Rowe Woods
October 10, 2021 Broom Crafting
October 10, 2021 Forest Bathing At Long Branch Farm & Trails
October 09, 2021 Celestial Spirits
October 09, 2021 Toast to the View!
October 09, 2021 Hammers & Ales
October 09, 2021 ALL La SOUPEd UP!
October 09, 2021 Indigenous Peoples Day Convergence 2021
October 09, 2021 Virtual Green Building Tour
October 09, 2021 Ezzard Charles Statue Groundbreaking Kicks Off 4 th Annual Ezz Fest in Laurel Park
October 09, 2021 Connect With Nature Senior Series: Ohio State Symbols
October 09, 2021 CLASS: Photography in the Garden Primer
October 09, 2021 Bird Walk
October 08, 2021 Spooky Tales on the Trails: A Hardly Haunted Hike
October 07, 2021 Family Field Trip Day
October 07, 2021 Sustainability Tabling Event
October 07, 2021 REBUILD Conference
October 06, 2021 Cosmic Kids - Online
October 06, 2021 Outdoor Archery: Basic Compound Bow
October 06, 2021 The People's Ecochallenge
October 05, 2021 CRAN Lunch & Learn: It’s a Thirsty World 2.0
October 05, 2021 Mounds of Mums
October 05, 2021 Keep Looking Up! September Classes - Archive
October 04, 2021 Active Adults - Hike Series
October 03, 2021 Black Walnut Hunting at Long Branch Farm & Trails
October 03, 2021 Show & Tell on the Farm - Sensational Seasons
October 03, 2021 Scarecrow Row at Otto Armleder Memorial Park
October 02, 2021 Star Gazing: Gas Giants
October 02, 2021 Those Amazing Monarch Butterflies
October 02, 2021 Monarch Festival
October 02, 2021 Agraria Field Day
October 02, 2021 SiOS Clip + Climb: Devou Park Steps
October 02, 2021 Youth Conservation Summit
October 02, 2021 MADISONVILLE 5K RUN/WALK
October 01, 2021 Family Flashlight Scavenger Hunt at Long Branch Farm & Trails
October 01, 2021 Harper Quilt Show
October 01, 2021 Take a Yoga Hike
October 01, 2021 2021 CRANaward Winners Exhibit
October 01, 2021 California Woods StoryWalk Series
September 30, 2021 Support the CORV Local Food Guide
September 30, 2021 Alley Talk & Walkabout
September 30, 2021 2030 District Healthy Building Deep Dive: MIND
September 30, 2021 ENC LEED Case Study: 502 Second Street
September 30, 2021 Kenton County Senior Fall Harvest
September 30, 2021 Senior Fall Harvest
September 29, 2021 Connect With Nature Senior Series: Butterflies
September 28, 2021 Virtual: Fall Camping Basics
September 27, 2021 FCGG 1 Anniversary Impact Team Meeting
September 26, 2021 Adventure Hike: Bender Mountain Preserve
September 26, 2021 Stories From Our History
September 25, 2021 International Children's Day
September 25, 2021 Last Electronics Recycling Drive-Through Drop-Off Day for 2021 at the Cincinnati Recycling & Reuse Hub
September 25, 2021 Adventure Hike: Kirby Nature Preserve
September 25, 2021 2021 Run the Riffles
September 25, 2021 Fall Plant Sale
September 25, 2021 2021 Great Outdoor Weekend
September 24, 2021 Zoofari
September 23, 2021 Bear Aware - How to Recreate Safely in Bear Country
September 23, 2021 Spiders Are Our Friends
September 23, 2021 Napkin Sketch Competition
September 23, 2021 Women's Outdoor Fashion Show & Fundraiser
September 23, 2021 Green Drinks & Outdoor Activities
September 23, 2021 Southwest Ohio & Northern Kentucky Stormwater Field Day
September 22, 2021 Negotiating the Fungus Fad: Gender and Mycological Work in the Era of Professionalization
September 22, 2021 Changing Climate: Flood & Landslide Susceptibility Along the Ohio-Kentucky Border
September 22, 2021 Orchard Steward Orientation
September 22, 2021 Car Free Day
September 21, 2021 Energy Jobs and Justice Act
September 21, 2021 Ohio EPA Sustainability Conference
September 19, 2021 Hispanic Heritage Festival Celebrates Culture and Community
September 19, 2021 Pasta Cooking in the Garden
September 19, 2021 POWER IN NUMBERS: BLACK-OWNED CO-OP BUSINESS BOOTCAMP
September 19, 2021 Great Ohio River Swim
September 18, 2021 Music in the Woods
September 18, 2021 Farm Encounters Walk
September 18, 2021 Let's Go Hiking! Autumn Birding
September 18, 2021 Wild About Fall Wildflowers - Elk Creek MetroPark Meadow Ridge Area
September 18, 2021 Fall Plant Sale
September 17, 2021 Astronomy Fridays
September 17, 2021 Fireside Folklore: Native American Tales
September 17, 2021 Unity Ride
September 17, 2021 AIA Cincinnati's Annual Golf Outing
September 16, 2021 Music Under the Moon
September 16, 2021 Extreme Storms Virtual Community Town Hall Meeting
September 16, 2021 Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District's 76th Anniversary Celebration
September 16, 2021 Green Building Tour: Hamrick Residence
September 15, 2021 Virtual: Fall Backpacking Basics
September 15, 2021 Greenspace Prioritization Modeling Tool Workshop
September 12, 2021 Shakespeare in Park: "Romeo & Juliet"
September 11, 2021 Free Community Bike Repair
September 11, 2021 Native Bird Tour
September 10, 2021 Medicinal Plant Hike
September 10, 2021 Black Farming: Community Land & Food Sovereignty Conference
September 09, 2021 Pawpaw Cultivation
September 08, 2021 Stand-Up Paddleboard Basics: Flatwater
September 07, 2021 Let's Get Physical: Restorative Yoga
September 07, 2021 Reclaiming the Reclamation at Little Miami
September 05, 2021 Paws in the Park
September 02, 2021 Boomers and Beyond
September 01, 2021 Nature in Focus - Photography Exhibition
August 31, 2021 Acoustic Lunch in Piatt Park
August 29, 2021 Glenwood Walk-A-Bout
August 29, 2021 The Great Ohio River Swim
August 28, 2021 Urban Farming Festival
August 28, 2021 The Flowers of Washington Park
August 28, 2021 Picnic Club Bike Rides
August 27, 2021 Food Systems as a Community Development Tool
August 27, 2021 Breakfast of Champions
August 26, 2021 Virtual Climate Change Book Club
August 26, 2021 Show and Tell on the Farm - Herbalicious
August 26, 2021 Green Drinks and Urban Hike
August 22, 2021 Full Moon Walk: Dog Days Moon At LBFT
August 22, 2021 Agraria Annual Meeting
August 22, 2021 Cincinnati Festival of Faiths
August 21, 2021 Full Moon Hike
August 21, 2021 The 2021 Trailblazers Ball
August 21, 2021 Urban Stream Adventure - AUGUST 2021
August 21, 2021 Good Vibes Trail Day
August 20, 2021 Early Fall Migrant Shorebirds & Waders
August 20, 2021 The Wellness Experience by Kroger
August 19, 2021 Thursday Rides
August 19, 2021 LEED Case Study: Glenville Circle North
August 18, 2021 Butterflies of Bali
August 16, 2021 Cincinnati Green Building Tour: Hamrick Residence
August 14, 2021 Seed School with Beth Bridgeman
August 14, 2021 Summer Bird Walk
August 13, 2021 Safety Town
August 12, 2021 The Long & Short of the Plastic Problem
August 12, 2021 Native Plants For Monarch Habitat At Civic Garden Center
August 11, 2021 2021 Code Academy: Chapter 34, Section 12
August 11, 2021 Insects: Plants Need ’em, Feed ’em, and Eat ’em!
August 08, 2021 Forest Bathing
August 07, 2021 Family Farm Storytime: Wiggly Worms
August 07, 2021 Ohio River Paddlefest 2021
August 06, 2021 Food, Forest, and Folklore
August 06, 2021 Outdoors For All Expo
August 06, 2021 Enhancing School Gardens Project - Onboarding Sessions
August 06, 2021 Kayak Basics: Flatwater
August 05, 2021 Metro Public Meeting: August Service Changes
August 05, 2021 The Connected Region: A Federal Transportation Conversation
August 04, 2021 Second Public Meeting for Kenton County Park
August 03, 2021 LED Lighting – It’s a New World
July 31, 2021 Historic Barns of Ohio
July 30, 2021 Meet the Curators of Incredible Insects and the Cicada Room
July 29, 2021 Maintain The Terrain with Sportsman’s Warehouse
July 28, 2021 Searching for Ancient Egypt’s Beekeepers
July 28, 2021 Flower Arranging In Your Garden
July 28, 2021 ENC Thought Leadership Series: Health & Wellness Strategies
July 28, 2021 Cintrifuse: Repackaging The Future
July 28, 2021 Uptown Waste Diversion
July 27, 2021 Free One-On-One Support to Prevent and Divert Food Waste at Your Business
July 26, 2021 Music, Myth, and Storytelling
July 24, 2021 Trail Yoga
July 24, 2021 Native Bird Tour at the Arboretum
July 24, 2021 Healthy In Nature Trail Run
July 23, 2021 Full Moon Walk: Buffalo Moon At Rowe Woods
July 23, 2021 Tom Jones Commons Grand Opening In Eden Park
July 22, 2021 Get the Jump on Jumping Worms
July 22, 2021 Green Drinks and Urban Hike
July 21, 2021 Meet a Tree
July 21, 2021 Lunch & Learn: Carbon Sequestration and Concrete
July 21, 2021 Lunch & Learn: Carbon Sequestration and Concrete
July 20, 2021 Redistricting in Ohio: the Fight for Fair Maps
July 19, 2021 Learn to Row
July 19, 2021 Native Tree and Shrub Sale
July 18, 2021 Get To Know Long Branch Farm & Trails Hike
July 18, 2021 Pollinator Gardening: Make Your Yard Come Alive!
July 18, 2021 Nature Walk
July 17, 2021 Summer Concerts in the Park Series
July 17, 2021 2021 Campbell County Backroads Farm Tour
July 16, 2021 Family Science Lab with the AOW -- Pollinator Gardening
July 15, 2021 After-Dinner Creek Romp at Long Branch Farm & Trails
July 15, 2021 Friend or Foe: Bugs in your Sustainable Garden
July 15, 2021 Seminar with Heather Quinley of Duke Energy
July 14, 2021 Victory Gardening Series – Cover Crops for Your Garden
July 14, 2021 USGBC Federal Advocacy in Action
July 14, 2021 *Zoom* Code Academy: Chapter 34 Existing Buildings
July 13, 2021 John Klein - Fascinating Flying Squirrels
July 12, 2021 Photo Walks: Composing a Great Photograph
July 11, 2021 Make An Instrument In The Nature PlayScape
July 09, 2021 Hoots & Hops
July 07, 2021 Victory Gardening Series: Fall Crop Planning - Civic Garden Center
July 07, 2021 Film Discussion: The Pollinators
July 07, 2021 Bike Workshop
July 07, 2021 ECOS Introductory and Recruitment Virtual Event
July 07, 2021 Orchard Planting Days
July 03, 2021 Get To Know Rowe Woods Hike
July 03, 2021 Make A Hiking Stick
July 02, 2021 Mud Ball Throwing In The Nature PlayScape
July 01, 2021 Stormwater Management 101
July 01, 2021 Plastic Free EcoChallenge
July 01, 2021 Ales for Trails
July 01, 2021 Ales for Trails Brewery Registration
June 29, 2021 Reducing Single Use Plastics (SUPs)
June 29, 2021 Master Recycler
June 29, 2021 Ohio River Discussion Series
June 28, 2021 ENC Thought Leadership Series: Health & Wellness Strategies
June 28, 2021 2021 Green Schools Conference
June 27, 2021 Meet Live Birds of Prey!
June 27, 2021 Madisonville Garden Tour
June 27, 2021 Healthy In Nature Trail Run
June 26, 2021 Nectar and Honey Night
June 26, 2021 ZeroLandfill Take Away Day (Free!)
June 26, 2021 Things that Flutter: Bees
June 26, 2021 2021 Ohio River Sweep
June 26, 2021 Garden Tour: Noteworthy Natives
June 25, 2021 Nature’s Fireworks! A Firefly Evening Program
June 25, 2021 Good Night, Fireflies!
June 25, 2021 Good Night, Fireflies!
June 25, 2021 Zoo La La
June 24, 2021 Super Strawberry Moon Night Hike
June 24, 2021 OEC’s Statehouse Briefing
June 24, 2021 Repairing the Damage: How Investing in Environmental Reclamation Can Create Good Jobs in Ohio
June 23, 2021 Insects: Plants Feed’em, Need’em, and Eat’em
June 23, 2021 Celebrate the 2021 Snail of Approval Winners
June 23, 2021 Rhinegeist Charitable Suds
June 23, 2021 *Zoom* Academy: The Benefits of Negotiated Bid Project Delivery
June 21, 2021 Conservation Kids Camp Make Up Days
June 21, 2021 Climate Action Film Festival
June 20, 2021 Native Shrubs for the Home Landscape & Wildlife - Cincinnati Nature Center
June 20, 2021 World Refugee Day Prayer Service
June 20, 2021 Forest Bathing at Long Branch Farm & Trails
June 19, 2021 Afternoon Flower Tea
June 19, 2021 Virtual Giraffe Painting Fundraiser
June 19, 2021 Let's Go Hiking! Sensational Senses
June 19, 2021 Metro Bus Operator Career Fair
June 19, 2021 Urban Stream Adventure with the Mill Creek Yacht Club
June 19, 2021 Buckeye Fresh!
June 18, 2021 Children's Science Lab with the AOW -- Beautiful Butterflies
June 18, 2021 Nourishing Life Conference
June 18, 2021 Nourishing Life Conference
June 18, 2021 Family Fun Fridays
June 18, 2021 Nature’s Fireworks! A Firefly Evening Program
June 17, 2021 Show and Tell on the Farm
June 17, 2021 Cincinnati's Table
June 17, 2021 Zootanical
June 17, 2021 Fair Sewer Rates Coalition Launch Rally
June 17, 2021 Family Farm Storytime: Rabbits
June 16, 2021 It's Past Time to Repeal Ohio's HB 6 Coal Bailout
June 15, 2021 Early Summer Blooms & Tree ID
June 13, 2021 Get to Know Rowe Woods Hike
June 12, 2021 Butterfly Walk
June 12, 2021 Meet the Candidates Ride
June 12, 2021 Madisonville Community Clean-up
June 12, 2021 Summer Stream Clean Ups
June 12, 2021 Get Outdoors Day Cleanup (Mini River Sweep)
June 11, 2021 Nature’s Fireworks! A Firefly Evening Program
June 11, 2021 Bike Rodeo
June 11, 2021 Policy Agenda Launch
June 10, 2021 (Almost) Every Other Thursday Science - Kenton County Parks and Recreation
June 09, 2021 *Zoom* Code Academy: Chapter 11 Accessibility
June 09, 2021 Yoga in the Arboretum
June 09, 2021 Outdoor Movies at Great Parks this Summer
June 09, 2021 Electric Vehicle Tour: Southwest Ohio
June 08, 2021 Community Yoga
June 08, 2021 Tuesday's at the Park!
June 08, 2021 USGBC Live
June 08, 2021 Creeking in the Parks
June 07, 2021 Learn Ways to Lower Your Facilities Utility Bills
June 06, 2021 Yoga at Kenton County Parks
June 05, 2021 Get to Know Rowe Woods Hike
June 05, 2021 Perimeter Hike at Long Branch Farm & Trails
June 05, 2021 KIDS FISHING DERBY “Take Me Fishing!”
June 05, 2021 National Trails Day at Sharon Woods
June 05, 2021 National Trails Day Sponsor Registration
June 04, 2021 Forest, Food, and Folklore
June 04, 2021 CROWN Launch Weekend
June 03, 2021 WHAT DOES REDISTRICTING HAVE TO DO WITH ME?
June 02, 2021 Barrows Conservation Lectures
June 02, 2021 Victory Gardening Series - Irrigation, Fertilization & Supplemental Protection - Civic Garden Center
June 02, 2021 Wild Wednesdays!
June 01, 2021 Great Parks Fitness Series
June 01, 2021 10 Days on 10 Routes
May 30, 2021 Meet Live Birds of Prey!
May 30, 2021 Yin Yoga
May 29, 2021 Enjoy the Arts @ Parks Series
May 29, 2021 Groundbreaking, Natural Art Exhibition
May 28, 2021 TREE FROG FAMILY HIKES AT LONG BRANCH FARM & TRAILS
May 27, 2021 Gorman Heritage Farm Sustainable Suds & Beer Collaboration
May 26, 2021 Flower Moon Night Hike
May 26, 2021 FULL MOON WALK: MILK MOON AT ROWE WOODS
May 26, 2021 Weed & Pest Management: A Deeper Dive
May 26, 2021 May E-Vroom Zoom: How Electric Vehicles Impact the Air We Breathe
May 26, 2021 Climate Change in the American Mind: What Does Ohio Think? - Green Energy Ohio
May 25, 2021 Friends of BCA General Membership Meeting
May 23, 2021 Barnyard Bonanza: Farmer for an Hour
May 22, 2021 Flatten Your Flowers and Press Your Plants
May 22, 2021 Get to Know Rowe Woods Hike
May 22, 2021 Trail Yoga
May 22, 2021 May 2021 Public Urban Stream Adventure with the Mill Creek Yacht Club
May 22, 2021 Live Music In Your Neighborhood!
May 22, 2021 Kick Off for the Giving Garden Challenge
May 21, 2021 Breakfast on the Bridge Sponsor Registration
May 21, 2021 Breakfast on the Bridge
May 21, 2021 Bring your bike and ride free May 21
May 20, 2021 BUILDING EDUCATION SERIES 2021 - THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY
May 20, 2021 A Better Vision for the Valley
May 19, 2021 HUMMINGBIRDS! (ONLINE)
May 19, 2021 Victory Gardens Cooking Series – The Anatomy of Salads
May 19, 2021 Stream Restoration & Mitigation Principles
May 19, 2021 Proper Maintenance of Landscape Tools
May 18, 2021 Lunar and Solar Eclipses
May 18, 2021 Great Parks Final Park Planning Meetings
May 17, 2021 Ohio Clean Energy Summit: Local Communities Lead
May 16, 2021 GET TO KNOW LONG BRANCH FARM & TRAILS HIKE
May 16, 2021 Painting with Nature
May 15, 2021 Stewardship @ Todd's Fork
May 15, 2021 MoBo Bicycle Cooperative Bike Sale
May 15, 2021 Outdoor Yoga at Arrowhead Farm
May 15, 2021 Kids to Parks Day!
May 15, 2021 Lick Run Greenway Greenup
May 15, 2021 Electronics Event - Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub
May 13, 2021 Stars and Constellations of Spring
May 13, 2021 Wildlife Habitat Improvement
May 13, 2021 2021 Ohio Nutrition Incentive Network
May 12, 2021 2021 Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit
May 11, 2021 Not a U.F.O.
May 09, 2021 Spring Bird Walk: Withrow Nature Preserve
May 08, 2021 Family Science Day
May 08, 2021 Civic Garden Center Plant Sale
May 06, 2021 SEWER BACKUP RESPONSE PROGRAM 101
May 06, 2021 Fairfield City Council Meeting
May 06, 2021 ENC Thought Leadership Series: Circular Economy Strategies
May 05, 2021 Gardening for Pollinators (online)
May 05, 2021 Weed & Pest Management: The Basics
May 05, 2021 Tree Problems in the Home Landscape
May 04, 2021 Cicada Craze
May 04, 2021 May the Fourth Be With You! (Celebrate Planets!)
May 02, 2021 Fibonacci's Mount Healthy Farmers' Market
May 02, 2021 Spring Sunshine Crafts
May 01, 2021 Plant Native for Novices
May 01, 2021 Outdoor Gear Swap
May 01, 2021 Pop-up Canoe Livery
May 01, 2021 Arbor Day Tree Planting
April 30, 2021 Cosmic Tots
April 30, 2021 Homeschool Online Programs: Exoplanets
April 30, 2021 Tri-State Trails Spring Quarterly Meeting
April 30, 2021 City Nature Challenge 2021
April 29, 2021 Screening of Current Revolution: A Nation In Transition
April 29, 2021 Hamilton County Recycling Composting Seminars
April 29, 2021 Citizen Science Opportunities for YOU!
April 28, 2021 Sustainable Development in China
April 27, 2021 Native Plant Series – Eco-Restoration: Disguised as Landscape Design
April 27, 2021 Understanding Microplastics in the Ohio River Basin
April 26, 2021 Solarize Silverton - Phase 2 Kickoff Event
April 26, 2021 DesignColumbus
April 25, 2021 Pink Moon Night Hike
April 25, 2021 Covington Parks Urban Hike Series
April 25, 2021 Native Plant Sale
April 24, 2021 Lower Mill Creek Cleanup
April 24, 2021 Epheremal Blooms in Burnet with Rama Kasturi
April 24, 2021 Trunk A Tree: Reforest Northern Kentucky 2021
April 24, 2021 Earth Day Tree Planting
April 23, 2021 Earth Day Film Screening: Hometown Habitat followed by Q&A with Catherine
April 22, 2021 Rain Barrel Workshop
April 22, 2021 Earth Day Tree-Planting Celebration
April 22, 2021 How Big Is Sustainability Tech? -- Earth Day Webinar!
April 22, 2021 Earth Day Tours at Agraria
April 22, 2021 Annual Earthday Celebration
April 22, 2021 Virtual 2021 Earth Day Celebration
April 22, 2021 Zoom Cafe: Mussel Strength
April 22, 2021 Virtual Earth Day 5k
April 21, 2021 Supermoon!
April 21, 2021 Local Solutions to Address Climate Change
April 21, 2021 Cincinnati Recycling & Reuse Hub Presentation
April 21, 2021 April E-Vroom Zoom
April 21, 2021 Win-Win Energy Policy for Ohio: How You Can Help
April 20, 2021 Native Plant Series – Pest Management: Using Plant Diversity & Pollinators
April 20, 2021 Growing Racial Equity & Food Justice With School Gardens
April 20, 2021 Hydroponics Workshops
April 19, 2021 Attack of the Invasives: New Species to Have on Your Radar
April 17, 2021 Talk to a Naturalist: Learn iNaturalist!
April 17, 2021 Intro to Drawdown: Reversing Global Warming
April 17, 2021 Earth Day OTR
April 17, 2021 Wildflower Walk
April 16, 2021 Sustainability Awards Ceremony
April 16, 2021 2021 MCYC Mill Creek Valley Cleanups by Canoe
April 15, 2021 Tour: Civic Garden Center
April 14, 2021 Candidate Education Night: Sustainable Action in Cincinnati
April 14, 2021 Film Discussion: Symphony of the Soil
April 14, 2021 Solarize Cincy Info Sessions
April 13, 2021 Native Plant Series – Gardening for Pollinators
April 13, 2021 Workshop: Seed Starting at Home
April 12, 2021 Lecture: Building Regional Resilience Through Local Government Action
April 10, 2021 Wildflowers and Wild Edibles
April 10, 2021 Electronics Recycling Drive-Through Drop-Off Days
April 10, 2021 Winton Woods Cleanup
April 10, 2021 Potting Up Fruit Trees with Common Orchard
April 08, 2021 On Mars
April 07, 2021 Victory Gardening Series – Starting Spring Crops
April 07, 2021 Day of Remembrance
April 06, 2021 Native Plant Series – April is Ohio Native Plant Month: History & Current Opportunities
April 05, 2021 Art & Nature Spring Break Mini Camp
April 05, 2021 Outdoor Survival Spring Break Camp
April 01, 2021 Growing the Regional Trail Network
April 01, 2021 Spring Backyard Composting
April 01, 2021 Power Struggle: Utility Accountability Summit
March 31, 2021 Cincinnati Mayoral Forum
March 31, 2021 Garden Construction Techniques
March 31, 2021 Virtual Advanced Funder Research Lab
March 31, 2021 Weeding Wednesday - Evanston Pocket Park
March 30, 2021 H2Ohio: Replacing Lead Service Lines
March 29, 2021 Virtual Introduction to Proposal Writing
March 29, 2021 Hello Spring! Day Camp
March 28, 2021 Fool Moon Walk: Crow Moon
March 27, 2021 Clifton Avenue Bike Lane Ribbon Cutting
March 27, 2021 March Paper Shredding Day (Boone County residents only)
March 25, 2021 Facts From Space!
March 25, 2021 Spring Tea
March 25, 2021 Virtual Grants Research Lab
March 24, 2021 Victory Gardening Series – Garden Bed Preparation
March 24, 2021 Foster an Inclusive Culture for Your LGBTQ+ Staff and Partners
March 24, 2021 H2Ohio: Building Wetlands
March 23, 2021 The Ohio River Discussion Series: Ohio River Future Forecast
March 23, 2021 Advocacy in Action
March 22, 2021 Spring Equinox Class
March 22, 2021 Virtual Introduction to Finding Grants
March 20, 2021 Spring Equinox Run for Women & Girls
March 20, 2021 Resources for Conservation in Ohio Agriculture
March 18, 2021 Natural Wonders: Pioneering Female Scientists of Cincinnati Fellowship Lecture
March 18, 2021 American Chestnut Restoration
March 18, 2021 Redistricting 101 & Environmental Community Mapmaking
March 18, 2021 Transit Driver Appreciation Day
March 17, 2021 Victory Gardens Cooking Series – The Beneficial Beet
March 16, 2021 Owl Prowl
March 16, 2021 How to Buy and Use a Telescope
March 16, 2021 H2Ohio: Reducing Nutrient Pollution
March 13, 2021 Animals Alive with Great Parks of Hamilton County
March 13, 2021 Get to Know Rowe Woods Hike
March 13, 2021 2021 Great Tree Summit
March 11, 2021 Roundtable Discussion: Architects and our Communities
March 11, 2021 Wasted Food Strategies for Institutional Kitchens
March 10, 2021 The New and Improved Solar System
March 10, 2021 Film Discussion: River Blue
March 10, 2021 What 2020 Taught Us About the Future of Green Building
March 09, 2021 Woodcock Walk
March 08, 2021 Climate Change and National Security
March 07, 2021 Tools of the Sugar House
March 07, 2021 Live Stakes Planting
March 06, 2021 Local Food & Economics
March 04, 2021 Living Sustainably Series – Evolving to Electric
March 04, 2021 Live Stakes Planting
March 03, 2021 Victory Gardening Series – Soil Health
March 03, 2021 Introduction to Individual Giving
March 02, 2021 CRAN Lunch and Learn – The Architect as Self-Promoter: The Value of Entering Architectural Awards Contests
February 27, 2021 Black History Month Celebration
February 27, 2021 Climate Change in Ohio Agriculture
February 27, 2021 Wildlife Tracking Workshop
February 27, 2021 Walnut Woods Forest Restoration
February 27, 2021 Community Orchard Pruning Days
February 26, 2021 2021 Local Foods & CSA Fair
February 25, 2021 Film Screening and Discussion of 'Invisible Hand'
February 25, 2021 Sweet Talk: Discourse on Desserts
February 25, 2021 First Year Beekeeping: What to Expect
February 25, 2021 Main Library Improvements Public Information Session
February 24, 2021 Victory Gardening Series – Seed Starting & Thriving Garden Practices
February 24, 2021 Solarize Cincy Kick-Off Webinar and Info Sessions
February 24, 2021 EVs & Equity: Clean Transportation for Communities of Color
February 23, 2021 Cicadas with Dr. Gene Kritsky
February 21, 2021 Buy Local Foods Seminar 2021
February 20, 2021 Maple Tapping & Tasting
February 20, 2021 Saturday Stream Snapshot – Virtual Volunteer Kickoff
February 20, 2021 Discover Wildlife Winter Homes
February 20, 2021 Winter Weekend Permaculture Design Certification
February 19, 2021 Yes, Try This at Home! Maple Sugaring
February 18, 2021 How 5/3 Bank Went Carbon Neutral
February 18, 2021 Living Sustainably Series – Sustainable Fashion
February 18, 2021 Sustainable Fashion
February 18, 2021 UCYP: 'A Conversation About Environmental Justice' Webinar
February 17, 2021 Victory Gardens Cooking Series – Gardening Healthy Traditions: Perspectives on Nutrition
February 17, 2021 ENC Thought Leadership Series: Midwest Energy Strategies
February 16, 2021 Ohio River Discussion Series
February 16, 2021 Madisonville Education & Assistance Center (MEAC) Food Box Distribution
February 15, 2021 Presidents' Day In-Person Kids Camp
February 13, 2021 Deep Winter Camp
February 13, 2021 Maple Tapping Basics
February 11, 2021 Women in Green Party for a Cause
February 10, 2021 Environmental Justice & Social Justice Film and Panel Discussion
February 09, 2021 Freeze-tolerant Frogs
February 09, 2021 New Strategies for Managing Commercial Landscapes
February 05, 2021 1st Annual Environmental Justice and Advocacy Symposium
February 02, 2021 Astronomy Classes from Cincinnati Observatory
February 02, 2021 CRAN: Kitchens of the Future – Healthy, Sustainable and Connected
February 02, 2021 Virtual day at the Indiana State House
January 30, 2021 Full Moon Myth and Lore Night Hike
January 30, 2021 Big Trees Hike
January 30, 2021 Knock on Wood: Winter Walk
January 29, 2021 Full Moon Walk: Wolf Moon at Rowe Woods
January 29, 2021 Tri-State Trails Winter Quarterly Meeting
January 28, 2021 Preparing for the Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Journey
January 27, 2021 Planning Your Garden Pt. 2
January 27, 2021 Celebrating our ENC Sheroes
January 25, 2021 January Zoom Meeting - Spotted Lanternflies
January 23, 2021 Maple Syrup Making and Guided Sap Collection
January 22, 2021 VIRTUAL Family Science Night
January 22, 2021 Wonderful Wintry Night Hike and Fire
January 21, 2021 Sustainability 102
January 21, 2021 Living Sustainably Series: Sustainability 102
January 21, 2021 Reinventing Metro Community Meeting
January 21, 2021 Moving Forward On Ohio's Energy Issues in 2021: HB6 and Beyond
January 21, 2021 AIA Annual Meeting
January 21, 2021 January E-Vroom Zoom - Ohio Transportation: Cleaner, Safer, Smarter
January 21, 2021 Cincinnati 2030 District New Year Kickoff & Healthy Building District Launch!
January 20, 2021 Cooking From Your Garden: The Humble Potato
January 19, 2021 Birds at Risk with Ron Canterbury
January 18, 2021 MLK Day Virtual Kids Camp
January 14, 2021 Moving Ohio Forward Sustainable Transportation Conference
January 13, 2021 Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council - Full Council Meeting
January 13, 2021 Environmental Justice Symposium
January 12, 2021 GU Book Club: Fibershed
January 07, 2021 Sustainability 1010
January 06, 2021 Planning Your Garden
January 06, 2021 LaBoiteaux Woods Winter Hike Series
January 04, 2021 Solarize Silverton Virtual Meeting
January 04, 2021 Hardy Souls- Winter Hike Series
January 01, 2021 Frosty Hike Series
December 30, 2020 Holiday in Lights: Walk the Lights Night
December 30, 2020 My Friend Open House
December 28, 2020 13th & Republic: interactive operatic radical dance film
December 27, 2020 Christmas Bird Count
December 19, 2020 Nearly Winter Solstice Night Hike
December 19, 2020 Tri-State Hiking Club: Meetup
December 19, 2020 Christmas Bird Count (Audubon Miami Valley)- Oxford Area
December 16, 2020 LEED Tour of White Castle Home Office
December 14, 2020 Friends Virtual Meeting & Happy Hour
December 14, 2020 GU's 2020 Annual Meeting
December 12, 2020 Zero Waste Home Practices and Skills
December 12, 2020 Winter Orienteering
December 12, 2020 Early Winter Woods Hike
December 12, 2020 Winter Tree Identification Hike
December 10, 2020 Sentimental Science
December 10, 2020 Diversity Leadership Symposium
December 09, 2020 eBird Zoom Meeting
December 09, 2020 Holiday Hammers & Ales 2020: A Virtual Event
December 08, 2020 Cincinnati 2030 District 50%: Solution Series: Managing your BAS, Demand Controlled Ventilation, and the Impacts of Increased Ventilation on Buildings in the Era of COVID-19
December 06, 2020 Nature Scavenger Hunt
December 05, 2020 Eradicating Alien Invaders!
December 03, 2020 USGBC Ohio Leadership Awards Ceremony
December 03, 2020 Cincinnati 2030 District 50% Solution Series: Data and Decision-Making for Energy and Sustainability
December 03, 2020 Regional Tree Canopy Professionals Seminar
December 01, 2020 Sustainable City Seminar
November 27, 2020 6th Annual Plaid Friday Hike
November 24, 2020 "Turkey Tuesday" Thanksgiving Harvest Celebration
November 19, 2020 Gardening Book Club: Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses
November 19, 2020 State of the Trees Address
November 19, 2020 LEED for Cities + Communities
November 19, 2020 Racial and Health Inequities Exposed by COVID-19
November 18, 2020 SustainableCincy GO! Virtual Pitch Event
November 16, 2020 The 2020 Hall of Fame
November 16, 2020 2020 Ohio Food Policy Summit
November 15, 2020 My Great Park in Pictures Photo Walk - Miami Whitewater Forest
November 14, 2020 Fossil Hunt with Jack Berninger
November 14, 2020 Trail Work & Forest Restoration Work Day
November 14, 2020 The Great Cincy Race
November 14, 2020 Founder's Day History Tour
November 14, 2020 Water Quality Monitoring Sampling Saturday
November 13, 2020 Stargazing 101 with Dean Regas
November 13, 2020 OEC Annual Meeting: Rooted in Resilience
November 12, 2020 I Want to Believe - Online Class
November 12, 2020 Gather - Outdoor Film Screening
November 11, 2020 Astronomy Club
November 10, 2020 The Home Owner Association Webinar Series
November 10, 2020 Plumbing 101- What Your Plumber Wishes You Knew
November 08, 2020 Forest Bathing at Long Branch Farm & Trails
November 07, 2020 Permablitz - Tree Planting, Permaculture, Community
November 07, 2020 3rd Annual Honeysuckle Hunt
November 07, 2020 Hazardous Household Waste Collection Day
November 06, 2020 Campfire on the Bluff
November 06, 2020 Night Hike (CANCELLED)
November 06, 2020 Pathways to Regeneration: Restoration, Resiliency, and Reciprocity
November 05, 2020 TreeHugger Trivia
November 05, 2020 Ohio Soil Health Initiative Farmer Discussion
November 01, 2020 Wildflower Stroll with Noel
November 01, 2020 Turkey Day Open
October 31, 2020 Trail of Treats
October 31, 2020 Let's Get Batty! DIY Bat House Build
October 29, 2020 2020 Tri-State Trails Summit SPONSOR REGISTRATION
October 29, 2020 2020 Tri-State Trails Summit
October 29, 2020 The Potential of Permaculture Series
October 28, 2020 Beyond Dialogue: The Power of Interfaith Collaboration
October 28, 2020 Trees in Our Community Forum
October 28, 2020 ENC Community Connections Webinar Series
October 28, 2020 Recycling Workshop with Rumpke
October 27, 2020 Monsters in the Sky-Online Class
October 25, 2020 Run for the Bottoms!
October 24, 2020 Virtual VegFest
October 24, 2020 Pumpkin Carving Contest!
October 24, 2020 Clean Sweep of the Great Miami River
October 24, 2020 Paper Shredding Days
October 24, 2020 Make a Difference Day
October 23, 2020 Campfire on the Bluff: Spooooky Campfire Stories
October 23, 2020 20th Anniversary Virtual Awards Ceremony & Celebration
October 23, 2020 The Green Energy Ohio Annual Awards Ceremony and Reception
October 22, 2020 On to Mars-Online Class
October 22, 2020 Kiss The Ground - Outdoor Film Screening
October 22, 2020 Conservation + Community + The 3Cs: Cincinnati, Columbus, & Cleveland
October 22, 2020 Summits & Horizons
October 22, 2020 The Restorative Impact of Perceived Open Space
October 22, 2020 Workshop & Tour at Twin Creeks Preserve
October 21, 2020 Create From Your Garden: Garden Grown Chili
October 21, 2020 Backyard Composting 101
October 21, 2020 Value of AIA Membership: Professional Development Through Community and Education