1. 2018 Teen Summit

    Sep. 04, 2018

    Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2018 Teen Summit! We’ll have workshops by teens and for teens on the environment, gun violence, health and wellness, social media and more! Register today for a free lunch:

    Informational Flyer

  2. We Have Moved!!

    Mar. 07, 2018

    New Address:
    Ohio State University Extension Cuyahoga County 
    12200 Fairhill Road, E. Bldg.
    Cleveland, OH  44120


  3. Interested in learning more about local “green” energy infrastructure?

    Sep. 20, 2017

    Follow the link to learn more about the FREE statewide event that features self-guided or open house tours highlighting homes, businesses, and public spaces that are utilizing green technologies.

  4. Produce Perks Material Drop off/pickup

    May. 10, 2017

    You may use the link below to request materials

  5. Welcome to Cuyahoga County Community Development!

    May. 10, 2017

    Ohio State University Extension brings the knowledge of The Ohio State University to your door. We fulfill the university’s land-grant mission by interpreting knowledge and research developed by the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ohio State, and other land-grant universities across the U.S., so that Ohioans can use the research-based information to better their lives, businesses, organizations, and communities.  

    For more information please visit: 

  6. Summer Sprout Website

    Sep. 08, 2016

    Looking to Join, Start, or Maintain a Community Garden in Cleveland?   The Summer Sprout Community Garden program can help! Gardens enrolled in Summer Sprout are eligible for soil testing, soil amendments, tilling services, plants, seeds, materials for raised beds (if eligible), technical assistance and education. Existing community gardens interested in expanding may also be eligible!  (Pending availability of resources.)   Click link to be connected
  7. 2016 Community Food Guide

    Nov. 18, 2014

    A resource guide of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalition

    To view guides:

    English: Community Food Guide         Spanish: Community Food Guide

  8. Double Value Produce Perks

    Oct. 03, 2014

    The Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalition (FPC) is happy to offer another year of the Produce Perks program in Cuyahoga County!  "Double Value Produce Perks" is an initiative developed by FPC in partnership with several Greater Cleveland philanthropic partners and Wholesome Wave, a national nonprofit focusing on access and affordability of healthy, local foods in underserved communities.

    Click here for more information