Shop for groceries, support the Ecovillage

If you shop at Kroger,you can sign up with the  Kroger Community Reward Program and choose Enright Urban Ecovillage as the organization you want to support! Learn more here


Come TOUR Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage

The 4th Saturday of each month from 10 am to noon (NEW TIME!)

Upcoming tours are Saturdays: Sept. 26 and Oct. 24.
Reservations required: 513-921-1932 or jschenk@imagoearth.org
Check out the properties available on our Listings of Homes Available page.

Want to know more?


CSA Shares
Available for the 2015 Growing Season!

Find out more about our CSA or sign up now!

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Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage seeks to be an ecologically responsible community, sharing ideas, resources and a reverence for Earth.

Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage (ERUEV) is a community of people fostering a sustainable urban neighborhood that promotes social and economic well-being while contributing to the preservation of our planet. We are located in Price Hill, near downtown Cincinnati, Ohio; building a new way of life on the foundations of this beautiful historic area (affordable homes, the acres of forest that surround the ridge and a traditionally strong sense of community) to create a healthier, more sustainable neighborhood.

Announcing the new Ecovillage officers for 2015:
MerryBeth McKee, President
Mark Carper, Vice President
Elizabeth Doshi, Secretary
Lindsay Simmons, Treasurer

Many thanks to those who served on the Executive Committee during 2014:
Dennis Coskie, Chris Smyth

This would be a great time to get involved with one of the committees:
Farm Project, EGG (Enright Greening Group), Housing, Membership, Communications. You can learn more about these committees here.

**Thanks to Alisia Bleile, Renee Daytona, Rob Myers & Christopher Burton for creating this video**


The neighborhood is currently defined as 90 properties located on or approximate to Enright Avenue in Price Hill. Our assets include:

  • Minutes from downtown Cincinnati
  • Imago, a 16-acre nature preserve with hiking trails and educational programs located in the neighborhood
  • Cincinnati Zen Center located at the entrance to the ecovillage
  • The Hundred-Acre Wood with hiking trails
  • Viable business and work opportunities minutes from the community
  • Reasonably-priced, energy efficient housing
  • Food co-op
  • Residential and community organic gardens
  • Accessible public transportation
  • Community dinners
  • Educational opportunities for all ages
  • A welcoming neighborhood association
  • A community truck
  • Community greenhouse
  • CSA


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