Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 06:00 PM
Join the LIVE conversation on Environmental Justice across Ohio, with guest panelists Chrissy Stonebraker-Martínez Co-Director of the InterReligious Task Force on Central America (Cleveland), Tanner Yess Co-Executive Director at Groundwork Ohio River Valley & Dr. Sheeren.
Facebook LIVE Stream: @BlkEnviroLeaderFacebook LIVE
Friday, May 20, 2022 at 07:30 AM
Celebrate Bike to Work Day in May at Public Square! Nothing beats meeting up with all of Cleveland’s bike folks in the heart of downtown. We’ll have hot coffee and delicious donuts by Jack Frost for bicycle commuters as we take this morning to celebrate the transformative power of riding to work by bicycle.
We will be on the north side of Superior Avenue, right in the middle of the square. Look for the Bike Cleveland tent.Cleveland Public Square
Friday, May 20, 2022 at 08:00 AM
Biocene is a conference where ideas and research on innovation inspired by nature (biomimicry) are shared, connections are made, and opportunities for collaborations are fostered. It creates conditions for biomimicry thought leadership to ignite further advancement of the field. Biocene 2022’s theme is Transformation of Transportation – looking at the future of what transportation can be, how the definition is expanding and evolving, and how society can benefit. This will be explored at many scales – from materials to urban design to space exploration/understanding. Ecological sustainability and equity/inclusion/diversity are central foci.Ohio Aerospace Institute
Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 08:00 AM through May 23, 2022Save-the-Dates May 21 & May 22 for the Best Showcase of Asian Food and Culture!Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May at the Cleveland Asian Festival and enjoy Live Entertainment, Cultural Performances, and Martial Art Demonstrations on two outdoor stages. Shop local and beyond in the World Marketplace. Visit the Health Pavilion for Free Screenings. Experience the Colors of Asia Fashion Show, and the Asian Pop Dance Competition!Payne Avenue and E. 27th Street, Cleveland, Ohio
Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 10:30 AM
PRESENTER: NATHAN RUTZ, DIRECTOR OF SOIL
Compost is key to drawing down carbon from the atmosphere back to where it belongs—in the soil. In this workshop we'll meet the microbes that make compost, explore the impact of soil carbon and water vapor on the greenhouse effect, learn why drawing down carbon is about more than just reducing atmospheric CO2 concentration, and get acquainted with the principles of building a home compost pile.
If you’re familiar with the company Rust Belt Riders, then you also know Tilth Soil. Rust Belt Riders provides services for food-waste diversion, and Tilth Soil’s products are the results of those services. We are excited to share that each guest who attends this program will get to take home a small soil bag from Tilth Soil.
Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 11:30 AM
Follow the streambed as it cuts through bedrock dating back millions of years.
Explore the geology and plant communities resulting from this special environment. This rigorous hike requires a good degree of physical fitness. Participants must be able to navigate around downed trees and on slippery rock surfaces. Proper footwear with good traction is imperative and should be appropriate for climbing, walking through mud and high-water conditions. Knee high waterproof boots are strongly suggested when the weather is cold or boots/shoes that can get wet when temperatures are warmer.Holden Arboretum
Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 06:00 PM
Join Cuyahoga Recycles for an informative webinar on how to start composting in your own backyard. You'll learn about how composting works, the benefits of composting, and how to set up a compost bin in your yard to manage your food scraps and yard waste.Virtual / Online
Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 07:00 PM
PRESENTER: DR. KATHRYN FLINN
Associate Professor of Biology,
Baldwin Wallace University
Join local ecologist Dr. Kathryn Flinn for a talk about what Northeast Ohio’s landscape was like when Moses Cleaveland arrived and how exactly it has changed since then. Dr. Flinn will present evidence from tree rings, local old-growth forests, and the earliest land surveys to describe our natural heritage and demonstrate the many ways human activities have shaped it over the past 250 years. Learn what to look for in the woods, what makes Northeast Ohio special, and what we can do now to cherish it. Bring your questions!Virtual / Online
Saturday, May 28, 2022 at 10:30 AM
Take this rare opportunity to visit one of HF&G’s most beautiful but seldom seen gardens, the David G. Leach Research Station.
Explore the gardens where towering rhododendron and other specialty plants bloom in a peaceful 20-acre woodland in Madison, OH. Discover thousands of hybrid plants from a breeding program that is evaluating the next generation of commercial rhododendron cultivars.
Tours will be led by Connor Ryan, Rhododendron Collections Manager.Holden Arboretum
Sunday, May 29, 2022 at 12:30 PM
Save the date for the 4th annual Soil & Suds! We all know during this pandemic how we all expanded our green herd. So if you are looking to add that picture-perfect plant baby or just slimming down, we got that covered. Bring plants or extra gardening accessories and swap them for something new! Sip a beer (or 3 — we won’t judge) in Forest City Brewery’s outdoor Beer Garden while mingling 6 feet apart with other plant fanatics and shopping for new additions for your own urban jungle from our vendors. Have a pot that needs a drainage hole? Bring it along - we'll have volunteers drilling holes for ya! All proceeds will benefit the Cleveland Seed Bank.Forest City Brewery