Peace from Cincinnati, Ohio! Autumn is in full swing in the inner city community garden, Over-the-Rhine People’s Garden. What makes it feel so much like fall, at least for me, is the Three-Sisters garden newly planted this year. Gardeners Jill and Kendra planted a true three-sisters garden filled with just the right ingredients—corn, squash and beans.
Peace from Over-the-Rhine - Cincinnati, Ohio! The summer days have been long and hot. The rain has been MIA for weeks, and yet, we are still smiling. Over-the-Rhine People’s Garden has been busy this summer providing free classes focusing on how to grow your own food, how to prepare and cook your own harvest,
Happy New Year! As we embark on our sixth season with Grow Appalachia in 2019, we can’t help but reflect upon all the positive experiences and knowledge we have gained over the past year. First of all, gardeners Chris and Jill took over growing most of the vegetables in the garden and they were able
Hello, Our urban partner site gardeners are excited for an eventful July.... We are pleased to announce Over-the-Rhine (OTR) People's Garden will be featured on The Civic Garden Centers 32nd Annual Community Gardens Tour! The Community Gardens Tour is Tuesday, July 19 starting at 5:30 pm at the Civic Garden Center. This year’s tour focuses
Burr!! Old Man Winter has finally arrived in Cincinnati, OH after a very mild Autumn. This past weekend Over-the-Rhine People's Garden was smothered with its first blanket of snow- Thank you winter storm Jonas. Winter may be a slow time for most gardeners but not for our friends at Paul Mitchell the School Cincinnati! This
Happy July!! Garden Coordinator Christina checking in again from Grow Appalachia's Partner site, Over-the-Rhine People's Garden:) July has been a busy month for us! The rain showers stopped and the sun is shining brightly on our garden. We have had many big work days with youth groups, community members, Paul Mitchell the School Cincinnati, and
I just concluded my fourth trip to Kentucky and wanted to say thanks to all of you who hosted me. I was able to visit Wayne in Laurel County and he fed me catfish and dang good heirloom tomatoes from his garden. His high tunnels are amazingly productive (Kroger-looking tomatoes!) and if anyone needs help