Looking Back, Looking Forward

At a time when many are eagerly awaiting the end of a tumultuous year, we're taking a few minutes to reflect with gratitude on the highlights of 2016 here at The Riverside Project. 

Let's take a look back at some of this year's best moments...

March 2016

Participants in a community "permablitz" work together to create a swale designed to catch and store rainwater.

Read more about it here.

April 2016


We hold the first Infinite Yield Business Intensive, helping entrepreneurs design more regenerative businesses. 

Learn more here

June 2016

Over 100 people join us at Riverside for the first annual Mid-Atlantic Permaculture Convergence.

Listen to Joel Glanzberg's opening address here.

September 2016

We launch our first semester of Riverside Nature School, an outdoor preschool program.

Click here to learn more.

November 2016

Riverside Nature School is featured on the Driven 2 Educate podcast with Linda Buchner.  

Listen to the interview here.

As 2016 draws to a close, The Riverside Project is looking ahead to a new year filled with exciting opportunities for learning, collaboration, and community building. 

Here's a preview of what's to come in 2017...

Our cozy log cabin is now on airbnb

Spring Session: Riverside Nature Club

April-May 2017

2017 Mid-Atlantic Permaculture Convergence

June 17, 2017