Source: EIN Newsdesk
The Fernald Preserve was recently selected as a regional “Greenspace Gem” by the Greater Cincinnati regional environmental sustainability alliance called Green Umbrella. Green Umbrella serves a 10 county region with a vision to facilitate positive environmental action resulting in the region being recognized as one of the top 10 most sustainable metro areas in the nation by 2020. Green Umbrella announced their five newly named regional “Greenspace Gem” honorees on September 22, 2018 -- National Public Lands Day.
Each of the five sites represents a story of public action to protect natural resources. Sites were selected by a team of experts from Green Umbrella's Greenspace Action Team, with a goal of highlighting natural areas in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and southeast Indiana. Green Umbrella utilizes the “Greenspace Gems” as a way to raise awareness of regional greenspaces and the strategies used to protect them. This is a very positive recognition for the remediation, restoration, and community engagement work done at the Fernald Preserve which resulted in a regional, community asset that features expansive greenspace.