General Interests

Agriculture

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Farm Hand 1

Environmental Education

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Jr. Naturalist Volunteer 1
Naturalist Volunteer 1
Nestbox Caretaker 1
Project Feeder Watch 1
Trail Monitor 1

Equine Education

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Pony Club 1
Show 1
Stablemates 1

Garden Education

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Garden Education Volunteer 1
Garden Volunteer 1

Service

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Environmental Steward 1
Honeysuckle Removal 1

Special Events

Summer Camp Program

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Volunteer Counselors in Training 1

Volunteer for Veggies

Volunteers for Veggies at the Greenacres location meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 during the growing season, usually mid April through late October. Our garden of over 20 raised beds is located at the corner of Spooky Hollow Road and Loveland-Madeira Road in Indian Hill. We grow organic produce for the Freestore Foodbank. Our main crops are greens including collards, kale, mustard, Swiss chard, and turnip greens. We also grow tomatoes, peppers, squash, and garlic. This is a great opportunity to learn organic growing techniques in a beautiful, rural setting while serving the community. Our meetings are casual and our group is laid back. We always have a lot of fun.



Our first meeting is on a Wednesday evening in March (date to be determined). We pot greens seedlings into cell packs. When they're big enough (sometime in April) we plant them in the garden, and our season gets underway.



You may volunteer as often or as little as you wish. Some of our volunteers come every week, and some come only a few times per season. All are welcome.
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Volunteer for Veggies 1

Water Quality

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Kick Net Assembly 1

Uncategorized

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Volunteer Office Assistant 1

Mission Statement

To preserve for the public an area reflecting the traditional environment of Indian Hill and its historical significance by preserving Greenacres in its current state of woodland and farm land; to encourage conservation and appreciation of nature by providing to the public, particularly children, the opportunity to study and enjoy plant and animal life in their natural settings; and to encourage appreciation of music and culture by providing facilities and an atmosphere that will encourage artists to display their talents for all age groups.