We Love seeing you!!  Check out our events below.


Please RSVP- it makes it easier to let you know if an event changes or is cancelled. 


Please Consider Giving- Most events are free to the public due to our member support, donations, or sponsorship.  We are a new organization, so a lot of our funds this year went to startup costs.  We hope to keep all of our events free to the public, so please consider contributing today by becoming a member or donating to our nonprofit organization.  100% of the funds go into Love Our Land. 

Weather Permitting- Most of our events are held outside, so they depend on the weather being nice (or at least decent).

Upcoming Events

  • Mushroom Walk
    Thu, Sep 29
    Halls Creek Woods State Nature Preserve
    Sep 29, 6:00 PM
    Halls Creek Woods State Nature Preserve, 3232 Mason Morrow Millgrove Rd, Morrow, OH 45152, USA
    Come on a mushroom foraging walk with Doug and Kyle Canan through Halls Creek Woods. Kyle is a board member of the Ohio Mushroom Society and is a wealth of knowledge.
  •  Stargazing Campfire
    Fri, Oct 21
    Grailville/The Grail in the US
    Oct 21, 7:00 PM – 11:59 PM
    Grailville/The Grail in the US, 931 O'Bannonville Rd, Loveland, OH 45140, USA
    The Grail and Love Our Land are throwing a community gathering with a campfire, music, and s’mores under the stars with the support of Onbrand Podcast Studio! BYOB and chairs! All ages- free! Limited number- so get your friends and RSVP now! Reconnecting people and nature…it’s what we do!
  • Class!  “How to Love Your Land: A Landowner’s Guide to Saving Biodiversity ”
    Oct 26, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
    Loveland, 442 W Loveland Ave, Loveland, OH 45140, USA
    Come and learn with us! WE will be discussing the issue of biodiversity and how we can manage our own yards to fight it and bring back life! Free! We will supply the lesson and beverages! Limited Number.
  • iNaturalist Training Interest
    Time is TBD
    Loveland, 931 O'Bannonville Rd, Loveland, OH 45140, USA
    We need people to help with logging all of the life around us on iNaturalist. This is data collections that can be used by different scientists for many different ways. The app is open to anyone, but it is important to know and understand how to use the tool and log correctly.