Rid-All Green Partnership

Cleveland’s Rid-All Green Partnership is a Regional Outreach Training Center of the Growing Power, Inc. network, founded by Will Allen. The Rid-All site, which features greenhouses, aquaponics systems, and worm composting, is in Cleveland’s Kinsman neighborhood, sometimes referred to as the Forgotten Triangle. Growing Power is a national nonprofit organization that promotes sustainable farming in low-income communities to provide healthy, affordable and high-quality food. Its regional training centers help communities develop food systems in which people grow, process, market and sell their food sustainably.

The Rid-All Green Partners are Rid-All Exterminating, Growing Power, Environmental Health Watch, Policy Bridge, Neighborhood Leadership Institute, Green in the Ghetto, and Sisters of Charity Foundation.



Rid-All Green Partnership- an Urban Farm (The Plain Dealer)

Rid-All Solar Station (The Plain Dealer)


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Gallery 2- The Plain Dealer

To see full pictures, visit the Plain Dealer article.


Green Houses and Greenhouses: The Green Houses and Greenhouses project is an EPA-funded collaboration between the Buckeye Area Development Corporation and Cleveland city government to create an urban eco-village in the Buckeye neighborhood of Cleveland. Using EHW expertise and the Rid-All Urban Agriculture Training Center, these groups will work to educate Buckeye residents on community agriculture and healthy housing topics. Residents will be assisted in home energy efficiency and water conservation measures and identified leaders will work on establishing the Buckeye neighborhood as a sustainable and equitable centre.

The Rid-All Green Partnership and Will Allen’s Dedication of the Cleveland Urban Agriculture Training Center

Rid-All Regional Outreach Training Center Location

Volunteering: The Rid-All site welcomes volunteers! If you are interested in participating on a Saturday, please call Damien at 216-990-8191.

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