You are invited to join the Transition Initiative for a Summer Swap Shop hosted by Grailville! If you have an excess of garden produce, a good book looking for a new home, a few little jars of homemade laundry detergent, your special pesto sauce or whatever you have that you would like to share with others, bring it to Grailville for a fun-filled morning of giving and receiving and community building.
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and Whole Foods Market are inviting residents to take part in a unique recycling event, aptly named the "One Stop Drop". Residents are encouraged to participate by bringing hard-to-recycle items like electronic waste and plastic grocery bags to one convenient drop off location for free recycling.
This week the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency added more than 130 chemicals to its Safer Chemical Ingredients List. For the first time, 119 chemicals that use fragrance for commercial and consumer cleaning products have been added to the list.
The use of electronic products has grown substantially over the past two decades, changing the way and the speed in which we communicate and how we get information and entertainment. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, Americans now own approximately 24 electronic products per household.
This summer, Cincinnati’s Krohn Conservatory will present a breakthrough summer show, Let It Grow, that highlights and demonstrates four new cutting edge, sustainable gardening and food production techniques.
Since June 14th, the campground beach at East Fork Lake has been under a Recreational Public Health Advisory due to toxins produced by a harmful algae bloom which can affect the liver, nervous system or skin-the main beach at the lake is not affected at this time.