Growing Forward Insight Sessions at the 2012 Green & Growing Fair
Saturday, April 28th, 12-4pm
Garfield Park Conservatory, 300 N. Central Park Ave. On behalf of GreenNet and all the community gardens that are so important to Chicago’s neighborhoods, you are invited to attend a special Insight Session for community garden leaders at this year’s . . . → Read More: Growing Forward Insight Sessions at the 2012 Green & Growing Fair
Celebrate Earth Day by attending one of the many upcoming stewardship events coming up soon! Can’t make it? Check out our Event Calendar, which will be updated with exciting opportunities from stewardship events to festivals and everything in between to celebrate Earth Day all year long.
Explore Stewardship Across Chicago What better way to . . . → Read More: Earth Day is Just Around the Corner, but You Can Celebrate Every Day
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Sustainable Backyards Workshop
Tuesday, March 27th
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Chicago Center for Green Technology
445 N. Sacramento Blvd.
Register or learn more at www.chicagogreentech.org or call 312-746-9642
Learn how to make your back, front or side yard more environmentally sustainable. This workshop will cover the . . . → Read More: Sustainable Backyards Workshop, 3/27, 6 PM
Explore Garden Stewardship
Restoration Workday at North Park Village Nature Center
Sunday, March 18th
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
5801 N. Pulaski
No registration necessary. Call 312-744-5472 for more information.
Enjoy a day in the woods of the North Park Village. Help remove invasive plants like buckthorn; plant and/or remove trees; and learn about . . . → Read More: Restoration Workday at North Park Village Nature Center, 3/18, 9AM
The HomeGrown Chicago community food garden network, sponsored by Openlands, is a training program that focuses on fostering neighborhood groups to assess, plan for, and build long-term stewardship for community-managed green spaces.
The objectives of the program are to promote increased growing and consumption of healthy and affordable local food, establish productive uses for vacant . . . → Read More: Homegrown Chicago Accepting Applications