The Autumn 2021 Edition of Outlook is here. Topics in this issue include: Finalists for the Second Annual Pope Coleman Awards The public steps of Cincinnati Details on the Annual Meeting set for October 21st An update on The Hillside Trust’s fundraising goal...The Hillside Trust is pleased to have hosted the first annual Pope Coleman Awards on Tuesday, April 20, 2021. Nearly 100 guests turned out to enjoy the proceedings at the Anderson Pavilion on The Banks, which was also streamed live. The event featured a keynote...The Spring 2021 Edition of Outlook is here. Topics in this issue include: Updates on the filming of a new landslide documentary Details on the second annual Pope Coleman Awards Revised property acquisition criteria Remembrance of two Cincinnati icons A promotional...The Autumn 2020 Edition of Outlook is here. Topics in this issue include: An update to the Pope Coleman Awards ceremony Details on the annual meeting Filming a new landslide documentary Hillside stabilization in North Avondale Click here to download the Autumn 2020...Eric Russo, the executive director of the Hilliside Trust, was recently quoted in WCPO’s article – North Avondale residents launch construction project to halt devastating landslide. He noted that while the residents had to opt for the less...The Spring 2020 Edition of Outlook is here. Topics in this issue include: Restoration Begins on Reemelin Road Acquisition Date Set for First Annual Pope Coleman Awards Columbia Parkway Update Spotlight on Quarry Street Preserve Click here to download the Spring 2020...Location: Reemelin Rd in Green Township Size: 13.1 acres Acquired: 2019 in fee simple by way of grant from the Clean Ohio Fund Features: Former pasture land that is a remnant green space in a fast developing suburb.Here are some tips when it comes to dealing with slope failures. If you have experienced a landslide that has impacted your residence or some other building, or if you believe it is about to, then call a geo-technical engineer or a structural engineer right away. If a...It is often easy to dismiss the impact of dumping yard waste over a hillside. Surely grass clippings, leaves, and branches aren’t that heavy, right? Actually, the truth is that they are a problem. Over time, these piles accumulate water which adds substantial...Location: Grandin Rd – Hyde Park Cincinnati, OH Size: 2.46 acres Acquired: 2007 Features: this easement prevented large scale hillside development from migrating towards Golden Ave.Location: Grandin Rd – Hyde Park Cincinnati, OH Size: 1.254 acres Acquired: 2018 Features: adjacent to Joseph and Mary Stern PreserveLocation: East End – Cincinnati, OH Size: 2.01 acres Acquired: 2009 Features: wooded open space within densely urbanized part of Cincinnati Location: Grandin Rd. – Hyde Park Cincinnati, OH Size: 4.151 acres Acquired: 2004 Features: wooded hillside within densely urbanized part of CincinnatiLocation: East Walnut Hills Cincinnati, OH Size: .389 acres Acquired: 2008 Features: steep hillside overlooking Columbia ParkwayLocation:; Sutton Ave – California Cincinnati, OH Size:12.192 acrtes Acquired: 2013 Features: beautifully wooded hillside with open tree canopyLocation: end of Shattuc Ln below Cincinnati Park’s Ault Park Size: 1.56 acres Acquired: 2018 Features: steep hillside overlooking Little Miami River ValleyLocation: end of Salem Hills Ln – Mt. Washington Cincinnati, OH Size: 2.4867 acres Acquired: 2014 Features: a wooded ravine and hillside overlooking Cincinnati Park’s Magrish Preserve Location: end of Grandin Riverview Ter – Hyde Park Cincinnati, OH Size: 2.0803 acres Acquired: 2014 Features: wooded ravine and hillside overlooking Cincinnat Park’s Magrish PreserveRead about the latest news at the Hillside Trust. Download the Autumn 2018 Edition of Outlook.Read about the latest news at the Hillside Trust. Download the Spring 2018 Edition of Outlook.