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16 Feb 2021

Emily Pickett – Saturday Stream Snapshot Organizer

Emily Pickett – Saturday Stream Snapshot Organizer

Emily has been an Environment Educator at Greenacres since 2019. She took over Saturday Stream Snapshot in 2020 after participating in the program many times herself. She has been working on building awareness of the efforts to protect the watershed ever since.

Why is it important for people to get involved with programs like Saturday Stream Snapshot?

Protecting the water quality of our rivers and streams is incredibly important for both human health and the health of the plants and animals that make the watershed their home. Clean water is one of the most important resources on the planet! There are just too many bodies of water for one person or organization to protect, so we are absolutely dependent on our volunteers to make sure we are doing our part.

What is your favorite part of the program?

I love working with our volunteers who are passionate about caring for the environment. Even though we all have different backgrounds we are all coming together over this shared goal. The time spent running chemical tests is a great opportunity to get know and learn from each other.

What are you looking forward to with the program this year?

Watching the program grow with the support of our volunteers! The pandemic really slowed down our efforts in 2020 as we worked on a plan to resume the program safely. We’re fortunate enough to have plenty of room to spread out and I’m looking forward to getting samples collected and tested again.


Emily will be leading a Virtual Kickoff and Training session on February 20 for those interested in volunteering this year. You can sign up to attend here.

09 Dec 2020

Wine Spring Cleaning Sale

Wine Spring Cleaning Sale

The Greenacres Arts Center will be holding an inventory reduction sale for our dry non-refrigerated house wines as we make space for our summer wine inventory. There are limited quantities and availability is on a first come first serve basis. Please note that this form is simply to let us know what you are interested in and does not count as a sale. Once we have received your information we will reach out about payment and pickup. All sales must occur in person so that we may verify that you are 21 or older. Sales tax will be added to your final purchase amount.

23 Mar 2020

Indian Hill Product Availability

Indian Hill Product Availability

Masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated guests. If you are not fully vaccinated, please continue to wear a mask while in the Farmstore. Curbside pickup is still available!

You may still order in advance if you prefer:
Email us at
or call us at 513-891-4227 then press extension 1

Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10:30-5, Saturday 9-1

Fresh beef this week and next!

Turkey pre-orders and waitlist now closed.

Join our waitlist for next season here.

Marinara Sauce is back! 

Enjoy the flavors of our summer tomato harvest all year.  $10/jar.

A note about our egg supply

We continue to experience shortages of eggs. We will not have a supply of eggs again until Christmastime. We appreciate your patience and understanding, and we’re hard at work to get our eggs back on your table as soon as we can.


Cut Flower Bouquets

Fall mum bouquets are here!


Leafy Greens

  • Spinach ($6 per 1/2lb)
  • Lettuce ($5 per 1/2lb)
  • Arugula ($5 per 1/2lb)
  • Baby Kale ($5 per 1/2lb)
  • Cabbage ($2 per lb)
  • Curly Kale ($4 per 1/2lb)
  • Microgreens ($4): Pea Shoots, Power Mix, Spicy Mix, Micro Cilantro

Fresh Veggies

  • Broccoli! ($6/lb)
  • Cucumbers (slim, seedless, English style, $5/lb)
  • Kohlrabi ($2.25/lb)


  • Sweet Potatoes ($4/lb)
  • Red Beets ($3.50/lb)
  • Potatoes ($4/lb)
  • Red Radishes ($4 per 1/2lb)
  • Carrots ($6/lb, large-size carrots $4/lb)
  • Sweet Onions ($2.25/lb)
  • Hakurei Turnips (sweet, with greens, delicious raw or cooked $4/lb)
  • Scarlet Queen Turnips (slightly stronger flavor than the Hakurei. Pretty pink starburst in the center! $4/lb)
  • Garlic ($3.50 per 1/2lb)


        Please note: All our meats are frozen.


        Woohoo Bin! 30% off!

        Meats that have a broken vacuum seal are 30% off! Same quality, just enjoy them soon, as they are prone to freezer burn after long storage.

        • Whole Beef Brisket, 1 available


        Meat Bundle Deals

        • 30lb Ground Beef Bundle:
          • Non-CSA Members: $180 – save $30, final cost $6 per pound
          • CSA Members: $165 – save $45, final cost $5.50 per pound
        • Chuck Roast Bundle: 4 or more Chuck Roast, save $1 per pound
        • Sirloin Steak Bundle: 5 or more Sirloin Steaks, save $2 per pound
        • Chicken Breast Box: Approx. 35lb box, $7.50 per pound – save about $20 when you buy a full box!


          100% Grassfed, Grass Finished Angus Beef

          Bulk beef is sold out until June 2022.

          • Ground Beef (1lb pkgs $7/lb)
            • 30lb Ground Beef bundle Deal (CSA members $165, non-CSA members $180)
          • Burger Patties (1/3 lb or 1/4lb. 4 patties per pkg, $7.25/lb)
          • All Beef Hot Dogs clean label, no nitrates or nitrites other than those naturally occurring in celery juice power, no MSG (8 hot dogs per 1lb pkg, $10)
          • New York Strip Steak (2 per pkg, approx 1.5lb, $20/lb)
          • Ribeye Steak (2 per pkg, approx 1.5lb, $18/lb)
          • Sirloin Steak (approx. 0.75lb each, $12/lb)
            • Sirloin Steak Bundle Deal! (Buy 5 or more Sirloin Steaks, only $10/lb, applies to bone-in sirloin steaks only.)
          • Hanging Tender ($15/lb)
          • Stew Beef (1lb package, $8/lb)
          • Brisket (approx. 3lb portions or 8-11lb whole, $9/lb)
          • Short Ribs (2 pieces per pkg, avg. 1-1.5lb, $4/lb)
          • Chuck Roast (avg 2.5-3.5lb each, $8/lb)
            • Chuck Roast bundle deal! (Buy 4 or more Chuck Roasts, only $7/lb)
          • Rump Roast (avg. 2lb each, $10/lb)
          • Sirloin Tip Roast (avg. 2-3lb each, $11/lb)
          • Arm Roast (Great in the crock pot! Avg. 2-3lb each, $8/lb)
          • Shank  (Great for braising, meaty with marrow bones. $4/lb)
          • Marrow Bones (crosscut, $4/lb)
          • Liver ($4/lb)
          • Heart ($4/lb)
          • Kidney ($4/lb)
          • Suet ($2/lb)


          Woodland Raised Berkshire Pork

          • Hams (16-17lb whole, 4lb partial, or individual slices. $8/lb)
          • Bacon (jowl, or ends/pieces, $12/lb)
          • Hocks: Smoked or Unsmoked loaded with collagen for excellent broth, or for simmering with beans (one per pkg, $6/lb)
          • Spare Ribs (about 5 ribs per 1/2lb pkg, $8/lb)
          • Pork Chops (boneless, 2 chops per pkg, $12/lb)
          • Loin Roast (boneless or bone-in, approx. 5lb each, $12/lb)
          • Shoulder (Boston Butt, 2lb pieces, $8/lb)
          • Ground Pork, Unseasoned ($7/lb)
          • Smoked Andouille Sausage (horseshoe-shape links, $10/lb)
          • Mango Habanero Sausage Links (Bratwurst size links, 4 per pkg, $10/lb)
          • Chorizo Sausage (Click here for our recipe for quick pork chorizo tacos with cabbage slaw! 1lb bulk packages, $7.25/lb)
          • Breakfast Links (Small links, 8 per pkg, $7.25/lb)
          • Mild Italian Sausage Links (Bratwurst size links, 4 per pkg, $7.25/lb)
          • Jalapeno Sausage Links (Bratwurst size links, 4 per pkg, $7.25/lb)
          • Sugar Free Sage Sausage (perfect for biscuits and gravy! 1lb bulk packages, $7.25/lb)
          • Heart ($2/lb)
          • Kidney ($2/lb)
          • Liver ($4/lb)
          • Leaf Lard (for glorious biscuits and pie crusts $6/lb)
          • Fat (Render for lard or make your own sausage $4/lb)
          • Caul Fat (lacy net of fat, try wrapping around a lean cut like a loin roast or a whole chicken, to baste while roasting! $6/lb)


          Pastured Poultry

          Eggs ($5/dozen)

          • Freedom Rangers small, heritage breed birds – excellent foragers on pasture with superior flavor. Click here to learn more about Freedom Rangers.
            • Whole (Approx. 2.5lb each, $5.50/lb)
            • Boneless, Skinless Breast (1 pieces, about 0.5lb, $11/lb)
            • Thighs (4 pieces, about 0.9lb, $6.50/lb)
            • Drumsticks (4 pieces, about 0.75lb, $4/lb)
            • Wings (6 pieces, about 1lb, $4/lb)
            • Backs (3-5 pieces, about 2.5lb, $3/lb)
          • Whole Chickens ($4/lb)
          • Whole Chickens, Cut-up ($4.25/lb)
          • Chicken Breast Tenders (about 1.25lb per package. $10/lb)
          • Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast (2 pieces per pkg, approx. 1lb, $8/lb)
            • Chicken Breast Box (Save about $20! Buy a full box of chicken breast, approx. 35lb, for only $7.50/lb)
          • Chicken Wings (6 per pkg, approx. 2lb, $3/lb)
          • Chicken Thighs (8 per pkg, approx. 2lb, $5/lb)
          • Chicken Drumsticks (4 per pkg, approx. 2lb, $3/lb)
          • Chicken Sausages:
            • Tomato Basil Chicken Burger Patties (4 patties per 1lb package, $7.25)
            • Links: Sweet Italian, Hot Italian, Chipotle, Chorizo (5 links per 1lb package, $7/lb)
          • Ground Chicken, Unseasoned ($7/lb)
          • Feet (approx. 2lb per pkg, $2/lb) great for stock, check out our recipe
          • Hearts ($2/lb)
          • Gizzards ($2/lb)


          Grassfed, Grass Finished Lamb

          • Spare Ribs, $9/lb
          • Shank, $10/lb
          • Neck, $12/lb
          • Bones, $4/lb
          • Fat, $2/lb
          29 Nov 2017

          Glacier Survivors

          Take a peek around our area and you may notice some evidence from our past. Ice age plants are among us and have persisted over the past 10,000 years since the last glacier left Cincinnati.  Many of these plants hit their evolutionary prime during the beginning of the Cenozoic era when mega-fauna, which includes mammoths and giant sloths, roamed freely across North America. The fruit attracted these very large animals that would then eat it whole, travel very far distances and go to the bathroom, leaving the seed to grow in a new place with a bit of natural fertilizer to help it along. However, many of the plants that relied on mega-fauna for dispersal went extinct at the end of the Ice Age.  That being said, there are a few that have persisted despite the changes in environment.  This type of plant is called an evolutionary anachronism, meaning it is out of place in its current time period. Plants like the Osage-orange tree, with its large “monkey brain” fruit found a way to survive despite the fact that there are no animals that can eat and disperse it that way it was intended. Other plants like the Honey Locust, with its large seed pods and huge thorns are remnants of a time when the tree needed to protect itself from the huge animals who brushed up against them. These trees help to remind us of our history and reinforce the fact that the only thing that is constant in our world is change.