around Earth Day, we take a second to evaluate our impact and ask a
couple of questions like, “What’s my carbon footprint and how can I
reduce it?” “Should I be biking more?” and “Why isn’t my compost
the region’s environmental sustainability alliance, is working with
businesses, universities, individuals and local governments to
make Greater Cincinnati one of the most sustainable U.S. cities by
House Farm’s Native Plant Specialist Abby Artemisia for her weekly
“Friday Frolic in the Forest” in LaBoiteaux Woods in Northside for a taste of a combination of culinary wonderland and Mother
Nature’s medicine cabinet.
The phrase “Reduce, reuse, recycle” is an
environmental mantra that has been drilled into us, but as much as managing
our output has a positive impact on waste production, natural resources
and our wallets, so does managing our input.
Leave No Child Inside has initiated some extremely
successful projects during its seven years in existence. Its leaders
recently coordinated with Cincinnati Public Schools’ “5th Quarter”
system, which supports community organized summer learning.