931 O’bannonville Road, Loveland, Ohio 45140-9705
Phone (513) 683-2340
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Our missionThe Grail is an international movement of women, who are called by our spiritual values, envisioning a world of peace, justice and renewal of the earth, brought about by women working together as catalysts for change.
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Garden Volunteer

Help with our gardens. We also have opportunities outdoors and indoors depending on the weather.

  • One-time
  • Teens, Adults, 55+
  • Groups (2-10), Groups (10+), Corporate Teams, Families
  • Indoor, Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you helpWe support education, activism and activities as outlined by the U.N.s Sustainable Development Goals. We tackle several of the SDGs but can only choose one here.
About usThe Grail values justice and works to transform the world by networking, education and action. Grail members work to promote peace and justice locally and nationally by being involved in International Grail networks and through our NGO status with the United Nations. Care of the earth is vital to the Grail. We recognize the earth as a sacred living organism and use education, activism, and land use to encourage environmental sustainability.
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2 weeks ago

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After a long drawn out winter, our gravel driveway is FINALLY getting fixed. This time around we are using a process where the OLD is dug up, turned over and then reused...instead of adding more gravel on top... repurpose, recycle, reuse!  Woot!

After a long drawn out winter, our gravel driveway is FINALLY getting fixed. This time around we are using a process where the OLD is dug up, turned over and then reused...instead of adding more gravel on top... repurpose, recycle, reuse! Woot! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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UPDATE: drive is done and rain just starting--perfect timing as the rain is needed to "pack" the gravel. YAY Mother Nature!

2 weeks ago

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Last fall we transplanted irises from the south side to the north. Its always a gamble when you try to transplant something. Will it take root? Is the soil/new environment conducive? Will it bounce back from the trauma of being uprooted, stored and moved?  When faced with the uncertainty sometimes you think maybe its better to leave it be. Just leave it where it is. or Whats the POINT or purpose of moving it? Its fine where it is. But--and even this novice gardener knows this--with bulbs you need to move them...to break them up...to give them ROOM to thrive, bloom, grow so that you can spread their beauty. If you dont then they stop reaching their full potential. The photo at the top of this page was the day Grail members planted the first one, and then a few weeks later students planted the rest around Ark. These photos show the ceremonial iris and then the full bed taken just this morning.One of my favorite songs growing up was Wildflowers by Dolly Parton...take a listen...and enjoy the day https://youtu.be/7NX9UuRyt0EImage attachment

Last fall we transplanted irises from the south side to the north. It's always a gamble when you try to transplant something. Will it take root? Is the soil/new environment conducive? Will it bounce back from the trauma of being uprooted, stored and moved? When faced with the uncertainty sometimes you think "maybe it's better to leave it be. Just leave it where it is." or "What's the POINT or purpose of moving it? It's fine where it is." But--and even this novice gardener knows this--with bulbs you need to move them...to break them up...to give them ROOM to thrive, bloom, grow so that you can spread their beauty. If you don't then they stop reaching their full potential. The photo at the top of this page was the day Grail members planted the first one, and then a few weeks later students planted the rest around Ark. These photos show the "ceremonial" iris and then the full bed taken just this morning.

One of my favorite songs growing up was Wildflowers by Dolly Parton...take a listen...and enjoy the day youtu.be/7NX9UuRyt0E
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UPDATE: this is one of the other irises transplanted last fall and today it BLOOMED!!! AFTER my "fingers crossed" comment. talk about wonderful timing!

Happy that they came back.

:"Wildflowers don't care where they grow."

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