Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organized in 2007. It is located in the Greater Cincinnati suburb of Price Hill.  Our mission of being ecologically responsible and our values of cultivating community and practicing wellness are why we’ve become involved in so many projects in our community, including urban farming, selling plants, and even operating a market.

At Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage, our focuses are gardening, community, and projects. All three of these focuses are interdependent and help us achieve our mission and vision. To learn more, click on the links below!


Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage has worked with the following partners to make our community a better place:

Cincinnati Permaculture Institute

Cincinnati Permaculture Institute houses their Growing Value Nursery at our Urban Earth Farms. Here we house a large selection of perennials that are available for purchase. Schedule an appointment!

Price Hill Will 

Price Hill Will has been essential in setting up our EBT/SNAP certification for the Greenhouse Market, in addition to many other methods of support. They are a nonprofit community development corporation serving the neighborhoods of East, West and Lower Price Hill on the West Side of Cincinnati. 

BLOC Ministries

Each week we harvest abundant seasonal vegetables from our greenhouse and donate to BLOC’s food pantry. We can ensure no food goes to waste, and since the pantry gets only staples and canned goods from other sources, having fresh produce is much appreciated! 

People’s Pantry Price Hill 

A 24-hour food pantry box located at 834 Enright Avenue. Recommended food donation items are: granola/energy bars, tuna packs, tin proteins, instant coffee, nuts, nut butters, dried fruits, jerky, box soup, ramen, toiletries, and powdered drinks. NO GLASS PLEASE! More info here.

Transformations CDC

A partnership with Transformations has put the “Ice House Property” at the corner of Enright and Price into use for growing food while involving the local community. Members of our local Guatemalan community are creating and using this land as a community garden.

We’re expanding our network.

Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage has worked with many organizations in the past and plans to work with many more in the future. Contact us for more information.