Ohio Environmental Council members have always shown us that we are stronger, smarter, and more effective when we work together.
What does our advocacy in action look like?
It looks like securing the strongest climate legislation in U.S. history… Building a movement to protect Ohio’s wild and wonderful forests… Strengthening critical drinking water protections for Ohio families… Taking bold legal action to ensure Ohioans’ right to fair representation at the Statehouse and on Capitol Hill… Adopting innovative policies at the local level to ensure healthier environments for our neighbors and friends… and SO much more.
Join us virtually for the 2022 Ohio Environmental Council Annual Meeting to hear from our team about our recent successes and our plans ahead:
2022 OEC ANNUAL MEETING
Thursday, December 1, 2022
12:00 – 1:00 PM
The meeting is free and open to all OEC members and the public. We invite you to submit questions for our policy experts when you RSVP. OEC members will also have the opportunity to elect members of the Board of Directors.Find Out More »
20221001 @ Shawnee, Ohio, USA, 39.6047915, -82.2115368, 7, ChIJc74wj1YHSIgRw3rQo4jyEX0, Shawnee, Shawnee, Ohio, OH, United States, US
Please plan to join the OEC and our partners on October 1 for outdoor recreation followed by food, merriment, and conversation about the local outdoor recreation economy! We’ve partnered with Buckeye Trail Association, Rural Action, the Village of Shawnee and Tecumseh Commons, Burr Oak Getaways, and Appalachian Understories to organize a first-of-its-kind celebration of Southeast Ohio, its forest, and its people. Participate in trail runs or hiking, backpacking, and kayaking adventures led by local experts and outdoor guides or explore this beautiful region on your own schedule. In the late afternoon, we will come together in the Village of Shawnee to share food, merriment, and conversation related to how we move forward in relationship with our local forest. << Save the Date! >>
@ 1660 Blue Rock St, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223, United States, 39.1607654, -84.5419993, 7, ChIJxXsVQI20QYgRi4ZrlIqQnWE, 1660 Blue Rock St, 1660, Blue Rock Street, Blue Rock St, Cincinnati, Ohio, OH, 45223, United States, US
Join Ohio Adventure Clubs for their second “Walk on the Wild Side” happy hour at Urban Artifact in Northside. Things kick off at 4:00 pm with happy hour, followed by REI’s most popular Backpacking Basic class at 6:00pm! This class is offered free and lead by the wonderful Owen from REI.
Stop in a for a local, wild culture brew after work and learn how to prepare for your next backpacking adventure!Find Out More »
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@ 2610 Newark Granville Road, Granville, Ohio 43023, United States, 40.0573157, -82.4750219, 7, ChIJY3JvfAcWOIgRCllZ8dW8H6I, 2610 Newark Granville Rd, 2610, Newark Granville Road, Newark Granville Rd, Granville, Ohio, OH, 43023, United States, US
On Thursday November 16, there will be a meeting of those interested in the future of Granville. The focus of this meeting will be Sustainability and how to preserve and protect the land, water, and air of Granville while accommodating the changes brought on by the economic/business and housing needs of our community.Find Out More »
@ 50 W Town St suite 110, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 39.9590882, -83.0010518, 7, Ei81MCBXIFRvd24gU3Qgc3VpdGUgMTEwLCBDb2x1bWJ1cywgT0ggNDMyMTUsIFVTQSIlGiMKFgoUChIJ83Jy3DaPOIgRe981A1_rwFYSCXN1aXRlIDExMA, 50 W Town St suite 110, 50, West Town Street, W Town St, Columbus, Ohio, OH, 43215, United States, US
This training is specially designed for architects and engineers by the Building Codes Assistance Project (BCAP) and the Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) and sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Sunshot Initiative.Find Out More »
@ 5991 Industrial Dr, Athens, Ohio 45701, United States, 39.381113, -82.1734877, 7, ChIJ2RgMril1SIgRiBhEOXFrIRs, 5991 Industrial Dr, 5991, Industrial Drive, Industrial Dr, Athens, Ohio, OH, 45701, United States, US
One way to celebrate America Recycles Day is by attending a Recycling Center Tour with Athens Hocking Recycling Center. Tours of the AHRC recycling facility will be given throughout the day starting at 11:00 am. Learn more about what happens to recyclable materials and how it connects to the local and regional economy.Find Out More »
@ Capitol Square, East State Street, Columbus, OH 43215, United States, 39.9612453, -82.9997654, 7, ChIJ_2O8ZTGPOIgRsq91qm8xxCk, Capitol Square, 75, East State Street, E State St, Columbus, Ohio, OH, 43215, United States, US
Join Sunrise Movement on November 18th to make history. We will dedicate a 100-year time capsule to record what Ohioans love and are fighting to protect from climate change. It will be an interactive, inspiring, and family-friendly event where we will celebrate the people and places we are fighting for.Find Out More »
@ 151 W Woodruff Ave, Columbus, OH 43210, United States, 40.0034629, -83.0134682, 7, ChIJe5YQmb2OOIgRW6zg_jsu2sU, 151 W Woodruff Ave, 151, West Woodruff Avenue, W Woodruff Ave, Columbus, Ohio, OH, 43210, United States, US
Interested in learning about food waste?
Interested in free movies?
Interested in listening to Anthony Bourdain’s soothing voice for an hour and a half?
USG is partnering with InFACT and CGS to bring a free showing of “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste” to OSU. There will be catering from Trism, a part of the sustainable business A&R group. There will also be a guest speaker, Christy Cook, an executive from LeanPath, an organization that helps promote products and technological developments to reduce foodwaste. We will be giving away tshirts, Chico bags
CBEC ROOM 130, WALK INTO KOFFOLT LAB/CBEC AND IT IS THE FIRST DOOR YOU WILL SEE. DOORS OPEN FOR FREE FOOD AT 6:30, MOVIE STARTS AT 7 PM. FIRST COME FIRST SERVE!Find Out More »
@ 679 W Spring St, Columbus, OH 43215, USA, 39.9646851, -83.0181847, 7, ChIJfVfBFBePOIgR0E1Oky36U2Q, 679 W Spring St, 679, West Spring Street, W Spring St, Columbus, Ohio, OH, 43215, United States, US
Ellen Mosley-Thompson and Lonnie Thompson, world-renowned climate researchers – a wife-husband team – go to extremes to collect ice cores from some of the world’s most remote and challenging landscapes. Frederic Bertley, CEO of COSI will host.
Sponsored by: WCBE
In partnership with: Ohio Environmental Council
Vegetarian Entre’; Mushroom Stroganoff
Regular Entre: Roasted Chicken Thighs, Sweet potato puree, Asparagus Bundle
All: Garden Salad, ranch/italian dressings
In this ten-years-later sequel Al Gore shres how close we are to a real energy revolution. Panel includes Heather Taylor-Miesle, Exec. Dir., Ohio Environmental Council, and Peter Curtis, Professor of Ecology, OSU Dept. of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology.Find Out More »
Join Columbus Watershed Management for the annual Hoover Litter Clean Up on September 30 from 9am to 12pm. Gloves and bags will be provided, as well as drinks and snacks. Meet at the west side of Hoover Dam in the lower lot. For more information please call the Columbus Division of Water, Watershed Management Section at 614-645-1721.Find Out More »
20170923 @ 300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469, United States, 39.7401831, -84.1790199, 7, ChIJDQodohuEQIgR9dD6NGyRAlw, 300 College Park, 300, College Park, Dayton, Ohio, OH, 45469, United States, US
On September 23, 2017, all Ohio students are invited to Student Sustainability Leaders: Networking Our Future; a student-run, student-centric conference celebrating undergraduate and graduate contributions, and supporting future leaders in sustainability careers. In partnership with the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) and its Ohio member colleges, the event will be held at the UD’s River Campus. Registration for the event will be free and all students will receive a free one year membership to NCSE. All disciplines of students are invited to attend and present research and scholarship. Non-profits, private companies, and government agencies are invited to attend to network with students, hold an exhibition booth, and to sit as panelists.
Hosted by the University of Dayton, Hanley Sustainability Institute in collaboration with the National Council for Science and the Environment, Oberlin College, The University of Findlay, The Ohio State University, and The University of Toledo.Find Out More »
20220920 @ 5320 Stanard Avenue, Cleveland, OH, USA, 41.5197257, -81.6545155, 7, ChIJlWnCXjb6MIgR2n-lvRBL_4A, 5320 Stanard Ave, 5320, Stanard Avenue, Stanard Ave, Cleveland, Ohio, OH, 44103, United States, US
Urban farmers seeking to grow or start their businesses face many of the same legal issues as rural growers, while also encountering challenges unique to their urban location. Like other businesses, urban farmers should take care to form a legal structure that suits their goals, protects them and their assets from liability, and prepares for safe and legal labor management. Central State University Cooperative Extension specialist and experienced lawyer Ambrose Moses III will discuss the nuances and key considerations for building your farm’s legal framework, so you can grow with piece of mind. There will be plenty of time for questions, so come prepared to articulate your biggest challenges.
Cost and Registration: $15. Price includes light refreshments. Pre-registration is required by September 12 and space is limited to 25 people. To register, go to www.oeffa.org/q/urbanfarmlaw or send a check made out to OEFFA, along with the names of all attendees, addresses, phone numbers, and emails to OEFFA, Urban Farm Law, 41 Croswell Rd., Columbus, OH 43214. For more information, contact Milo Petruziello at (614) 421-2022.
This event is presented by Central State University Cooperative Extension and OEFFA and is part of the 2017 Ohio Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series. For a full schedule of events, go to www.oeffa.org/q/farmtours2017.Find Out More »