Tri-State Trails is selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a full set of Blanton’s Bourbon! Proceeds will support our efforts to continue connecting and expanding the region’s trail and bikeway network. The winner will be drawn at the 10th Anniversary Gala on 8/26 (tickets still available, but attendance is not necessary to enter the raffle).
Green Umbrella's Climate Policy team is hosting a series of virtual working group sessions as part of our recent Regional Climate Collaborative launch. Anyone living or working in our 10-county OH-KY-IN region is welcome to register and attend to give input on climate action in our region. Please also take our Community Survey today!
The Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council is hosting Growing our Teachers, a cohort-based training initiative with Gorman Heritage Farm and the Civic Garden Center for the '22-23 school year. To participate, fill out this application by 9/7 at 5:00 pm. A cohort of 10-12 educators will be selected and notified by 9/14.
The Ohio Environmental Council (OEC) is hosting the fifth annual Ohio Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in Columbus on 9/29. Attendees can join in-person or virtually.
The 2022 REBUILD Conference (on 10/5) offers opportunities to learn about the advantages of high-performance buildings, and what works when creating the business case for sustainability in organizations. It will feature keynote speakers from world-class firms, real-world case studies, and informative panel discussions. Early registration is now open.
Hamilton County R3Source is offering Impact Grants up to $100k to help communities, schools, nonprofits, and businesses fund programs that significantly reduce landfill waste (due 10/19).
The City of Cincinnati's Office of Environment & Sustainability (OES) is conducting public meetings now through October for community members to provide insight and feedback on the next iteration of the Green Cincinnati Plan. Green Umbrella and Groundwork Ohio River Valley are OES partners for these meetings. Learn more and view the meeting schedule here.
Faith Communities Go Green (FCGG) is interested on how they can be most supportive of each faith community, they request that you complete a short survey to help them understand your congregational positions on environmental issues, now and in the future.