Join us from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday, March 28 at the Greenhouse, 824 Enright Ave., for our Enright Ridge CSA open house! Learn about our CSA, sign up, and more! Contact Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Enright Ridge Ecovillage Farm Project will be selling complete Monarch butterfly gardens, including a variety of asclepias, (milkweeds, essential for young monarch catterpillars’ development), as well as a variety of nectar plants selected for their appeal to butterflies as well as beauty throughout the season. Milkweed species include the following Ohio natives: Asclepias hirtellaContinue reading “Coming soon: Buy your own complete Monarch butterfly garden!”
Love Butterflies? Help create new pollinator habitat in Cincinnati! Volunteer with the Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage to bring Monarch Waystations throughout Cincinnati for this remarkable and iconic butterfly! Monarch butterflies, known for their spectacular color and remarkable migration to the mountains of Mexico, are declining because of habitat loss. Working together, homeowners, schools and parksContinue reading “Help bring more Monarch butterflies to Cincinnati”
This is a Price Hill Will group, meeting Wednesday, October 7 at 5:30 p.m. in the Price Hill Will office. Contact Emily Horning at Price Hill Will for more information: 251-3800 x106.
Cincinnati Zen Center; 3647 W. 8th Street 5:30-7:00 p.m.
The Piatigorsky Foundation presents a classical guitar concert at Heritage Community Church Sunday, Oct. 18th, 4:00 p.m. Heritage Community Church is 4431 Glenway Avenue
Saturday, September 26 from 1 – 4. Tours begin every hour. Join us for a walking tour of Cincinnati’s own urban eco-village! Learn about how this community in Price Hill is making strides in sustainable living. Find out how you can live more ecologically. Take our tour featuring houses that have been rehabbed ecologically, seeContinue reading “Tour the Ecovillage – Saturday!”
This Saturday, Sept. 26, at 11 AM there will be a presentation by Phil of Sealtight Systems on the materials, filters, costs, etc. of installing a rooftop, rainwater-fed cistern. Such water may be for yard use, and we will hopefully see whether drinking and other indoor uses are possible as well. With rising municipal waterContinue reading “Off the Grid Presentation”
The work and the fun continue! Farm Project is in the midst of a successful first season of CSA. The CSA group is planning an end of season garden party at the greenhouse site and would like to include Farm Project members in the celebration. Unfortunately I don’t have the exact date and time toContinue reading “Farm Project Meeting & Party”