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NeighborSpace is the only nonprofit urban land trust in Chicago that preserves and sustains gardens on behalf of dedicated community groups. We shoulder the responsibilities of property ownership — such as providing basic insurance, access to water, and links to support networks  — so that community groups can focus on gardening. NeighborSpace-protected gardens give young and old alike an opportunity to get their hands in the earth and enjoy nature, right in their own neighborhoods.

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NeighborSpace Welcomes Three New Gardens

NeighborSpace has just welcomed three new gardens into the land trust: Bronzeville Alliance Neighborhood Garden Dorchester Community Garden Eat to Live Incubator Farm in Englewood Want to help NeighborSpace protect these and 100+ other gardens in perpetuity as vital community resources? Please consider making a donation.

Veggie Bingo – Summer 2016!

NeighborSpace and The Hideout present Veggie Bingo! Every Wednesday evening from June 15th – August 31st from 5:30-8:00. All proceeds benefit Chicago community gardens. Veggie Bingo takes place at the Hideout at 1354 W Wabansia [map]. Wednesday, June 15: Chicago Community Gardeners Association Wednesday, June 22: El Paseo Community Garden Wednesday, June 29: Winthrop Harmony… Read more Veggie Bingo – Summer 2016!