Ohio Valley Greenmarket is a celebration of local farmers, food, and sustainability. For Greenmarket 2014, Ford is bringing four of their newest fuel efficient hybrids to test drive throughout the event. With Ford’s new line of Energi cars, you can fully charge up your electric car overnight, while still getting the best gas mileage on the road. The cars that will be in attendance for Greenmarket 2014 are:
- C-Max Energi (plug-in)
- C-Max Hybrid
- Fusion Energi (plug-in)
- Fusion Hybrid
The hybrid plug-in models have software designed to help drivers get the most from the system with information such as instantaneous fuel economy and regenerative breaking status displayed on the dash, helping drivers more closely monitor how their driving behavior affects vehicle efficiency.
“Ford’s electrified vehicles offer a great combination of efficiency, performance, technology, and affordability that we believe will help spur adoption of these advanced vehicles,” says Kevin Layden, Director, Ford Electrified Powertrain Engineering.
Come to Greenmarket 2014 for fresh produce, fun, and a test drive in a brand new fuel efficient car!
The Carriage House Farm is helping lead the way to a new food culture in the Greater Cincinnati region by moving from GMO mono-crops to small specialty grains, fresh produce, and farming based on polyculture and sustainability. The fresh vegetables, herbs, honey, and grain they produce is available at a variety of retailers, restaurants, and markets in the Cincinnati area.
This year, the Carriage House Farm will provide fresh produce at Peterloon for the Ohio Valley Greenmarket Community Dinner (August 2nd).
For more information on Carriage House Farm, visit their website here: http://www.carriagehousefarmllc.com/Carriage_House_Farm/Carriage_House_Farm.html
Findlay Market is Ohio’s oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati’s most cherished institutions. The Market is located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture.
Come to the Findlay Market Saturday July 26th and Sunday July 27th for craft beers and barbecue! For more info: http://www.findlaymarket.org/blog/index.php?newsId=444
Findlay Market is a gathering place for people from all over the city. It routinely attracts perhaps the most socially, economically, racially, and ethnically diverse crowds found anywhere in Cincinnati. They come for the sights and sounds and smells of an old-fashioned public market, for the great variety of fabulous fresh foods, for bargains, for people watching, and for a quintessentially urban shopping experience.
To learn more about Findlay Market’s history, watch this video: http://vimeo.com/5249005
For more information, visit their website: http://www.findlaymarket.org
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Saturday/Aug 2 volunteers will help at Community Dinner at Peterloon in Indian Hill
Sunday/Aug 3 volunteers will help at the Greenmarket Festival at Gorman Heritage Farm in Evendale
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Saturday/ Aug 2nd (3p-9p) at the Community Dinner
Sunday/ Aug 3rd – morning (9a-2p)
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- A free 1yr subscription to EOV ($28)
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Timber Press is a publishing company based in Portland, Oregon that is dedicated to spreading the wonders of gardening, horticulture, and natural history around the world. Their books cover anything from flowers to drinks, birds to vegetables, and just about anything that exists in the natural world.
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Green B.E.A.N. is a dynamic food company that takes a multifaceted approach to building local food systems. B.E.A.N. is an acronym that represents their core initiatives: Biodynamic, Education, Agriculture, and Nutrition. Their goal is to make healthy and sustainably grown local food affordable, accessible, and convenient to the Midwest communities they serve. They serve their mission by building food systems and businesses that address our communities’ greatest food challenges. They work with a network of local farmers and artisans that have both urban and rural roots.
Visit their website here: http://www.greenbeandelivery.com/cincinnati/
Check out the Edible Ohio Valley article on Green B.E.A.N. Delivery (Spring 2013): http://edibleohiovalley.com/stories/spring-2013/a-growing-partnership/
Interested in Chef Todd Kelly and Orchids at Palm Court? Check out The Perennial Plate, Daniel Klein’s documentary series on sustainable living around the world. In this episode, explore Italian restaurant Osteria Francescana and its master chef, Massimo Boturra:
Home to American Culinary Federation’s 2011 Chef of the Year, Orchids at Palm Court has quickly become one of the best restaurants in the United States. Head Chef, Todd Kelly, makes sure to focus his daily menu on fresh food grown locally. In addition to the honey bee hives on the Hilton rooftop and the herb garden nearby, Kelly has a few Continue reading
Evendale Ohio (July 8, 2014) – A resolution to adopt a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master plan was unanimously adopted by Evendale Council on July 8, 2014.
The Village of Evendale had selected the URS Corporation, a nationally recognized provider of engineering and technical services with expertise in bicycle and pedestrian transportation, to assist in preparing the Plan. The Recreation Department managed the project in close collaboration with Village officials. The study included assessment of existing infrastructure and identification of opportunities, constraints, connectivity and potential sources of funding. There were considerable opportunities for public involvement during the planning process including a survey, public stakeholder meetings, and small group discussions. A list of priority projects and cost estimates was generated; most notable in terms of resident support (and expense) was the conceptualization of a trail along the Mill Creek. The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan can be found at http://evendaleohio.org/Pages/EvendaleOH_RecCom/EvendaleOH_Recreation/facilities/CACC/BMPFinal8-30-13.pdf
This year’s Greenmarket event will be held at the Gorman Heritage Farm (http://gormanfarm.org) in Evendale, OH.
Five years ago, Carabello Coffee started in the garage of Justin and Emily Carabello, and now is leading the way in sustainable coffee making in the Cincinnati area. Located in Newport Kentucky, the tandem-run coffee shop gives back to the community as well as third-world coffee bean producing countries like Continue reading