September 30, 2015 The flyer is divided into four sections: Office Furniture -- Office Supplies Children, Bed, Bath & Decor --- Hardware/Building Items of special interest, such as new arrivals and seasonal items, will generally be at the start of each section. As always, we e ...read more
Sign up now for our October Building Blocks Seminar Exercises In Teamwork - How To Maximize Team Performance Program Overview Organizations today face tremendous challenges: Competition for funding Clients and funders wanting faster services, better outcomes, and being cost effect ...read more
Sue Walpole, Mike Walpole and Linda Fritz show off Linda's Recycling Costume which represents the number of plastic bags used by a typical shopper every year. The jump suit has Velcro strips so you can replace the bags with other recyclable items: plastic bottles, paper boxes, cans, etc. M ...read more
Successful Farmers Think – The Importance of Information, Mentors, and Adaptation – The Urban Farmer – Week 23 The Importance of Being Nimble and Agile in Farming It’s important to keep your business nimble and agile. It allows you to adapt to the market and change quickly. I ...read more
For 2015 the Green Living Member Circle is producing nine Green Home Tours. The tours are listed below or check the events calendar. Contact Chair Chuck Lohre to join, receive newsletter or register for any of the tours, Chuck@Lohre.com, 513-260-9025. Chapter members get preference for the ...read more
My name is Lauren. I'm a 23-year-old girl living in NYC and I don't make trash. For real. No garbage bin, no landfill. Nada. I know what you are thinking. This girl must be a total hippie. Or a liar. Or she's not real. But I assure you, I am none of those things. Well, except for real. I d ...read more
Bea Johnson lives waste-free with her family since 2008 and is the author of the bestseller Zero Waste Home (Zéro Déchet en francais) "Since embarking on the Zero Waste lifestyle, our lives have changed for the better: We feel happier and lead more meaningful lives, based on experiences ...read more
Presentation made to the Miami Valley Chapter of the Sierra Club retreat Feb. 8, 2014. The presentation is an overview of the most recent update of the LEED for Home standards. You will learn from the presentation how to design a sustainable landscape, reduce your water use, improve energy ...read more
Cincinnati Business Courier's greenest buildings list includes several large projects for major institutions, such as the Longworth Wing of the Cincinnati Art Museum. But LEED certification doesn’t have to mean big bucks. In fact, the cost of the No. 1 project – Lohre and Associates’ ...read more
Green Cincinnati Directory - Includes many of the great Green Building projects along with LEED Certified and Registered commercial buildings and home projects in the Greater Cincinnati region. Interactive map allows you to explore the area and plot your visits. View Green Cincinnati Educa ...read more
September 30, 2015
The flyer is divided into four sections:
Office Furniture — Office Supplies
Children, Bed, Bath & Decor — Hardware/Building
Items of special interest, such as new arrivals and seasonal items, will generally be at the start of each section. As always, we encourage you to browse the entire list, which is only a sample of items on hand.
Special thanks to our donor RCF Group for providing some of the items on today’s flyer.
If you want to order something on today’s flyer please call us at
513-554-4944 – don’t email.
ReSource is located at 3610 Park 42 Drive, Sharonville, OH.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. until 4:15 p.m.
Sign up now for our October Building Blocks Seminar
Exercises In Teamwork –
How To Maximize Team Performance
Organizations today face tremendous challenges:
Competition for funding
Clients and funders wanting faster services, better outcomes, and being cost effective
A highly diversified workforce; not just in terms of age, race, and gender but also diverse in work styles and methods
Those that are succeeding have found that in many instances collaborative interdependency trumps independency, that teams often out-perform the sum of individual contributors. This presentation will provide powerful, pragmatic exercises and tools for building and developing High Performance Teams. It’s really not about “doing more with less” as we so often hear today, but “doing more with what we have”!