An initiative is underway in Oberlin to increase access to locally grown food while simultaneously strengthening the economy through the opening of a Food Hub. The work is a project of The Oberlin Project, a collaboration aimed at restoring local agriculture, food supply and forestry, revitalizing the local economy, eliminating carbon emissions, and creating a new, sustainable base for economic and community development. Read on!
As Northeast Ohio continues to position itself as a destination to live, work and play, it’s also taking steps toward making the environment a little easier on the eyes. Throughout the past few years, many NEO communities have been launching efforts to beautify surrounding areas, increase civic involvement and aid economic development. Learn more!
The Cleveland Water Alliance, in collaboration with the City of Cleveland, has named this the Year of Clean Water as part of Sustainable Cleveland 2019. The campaign is working to elevate the conversation around clean and abundant freshwater as a regional asset. Learn more!
Every year, more than 2.5 million Americans visit the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail that spans 85 miles and runs from Cuyahoga County down to Tuscarawas County. Read on to learn more about the progress being made to extend the beloved Towpath Trail.