This initiative enables Great Parks to provide fish for public enjoyment and is a way for visitors to interact with native fauna.
Since 2005, this deer management program has helped native plants flourish.
Sustainability is a guiding value of Great Parks, and is incorporated into the decision-making and day-to-day processes.
Holiday Lights Recycling
Drop off broken or unwanted lights at select Great Parks visitor centers between November 1, 2018, and February 1, 2019.
Great Parks raises native plants and uses this flora for restoration projects in natural areas.
Great Parks of Hamilton County is proud to be a lead partner in the tree planting initiative Taking Root.
A green solution to stormwater pollution, rain gardens have a myriad of benefits and can be made at home too.
Removing Invasive Species
Great Parks of Hamilton County is working to reclaim prairies, wetlands and forests dominated by invasive species considered to be a problem in our natural areas.
Great Parks of Hamilton County has a long history of collaborating with researchers to conduct natural resource-related studies.
Surveys & Monitoring
Biological Stream Monitoring supplements water quality data by determining what aquatic invertebrates are found in a stream.
Ohio Valley Food Connection
A pickup location at Parky's Farm means this farmers market is always in season.