NeighborSpace is the only nonprofit urban land trust in Chicago that preserves and sustains gardens on behalf of dedicated community groups. We support community gardens – through property ownership, insurance, water, stewardship, education, tool lending, project planning, fundraising support, troubleshooting, and more — so that community groups can focus on gardening and on their community-building vision, generating food, beauty, play, health, and safety for their neighborhoods.
Please join us for this free education series- Composting in Public Spaces: Sharing What We’ve Learned! NeighborSpace garden leaders and stakeholders, in partnership with Hills Brothers Coffee, are hosting two free hands-on community composting education days. Community gardeners and community composters are invited to join us by registering for this free event. Free coffee, breakfast snacks, and… Read more Sign up for Free Educational Composting Gatherings! Two Dates. Two Places. November 4 and November 11
Aug 10th and 11th in the Winthrop Harmony Arts Garden. “Chicago teenagers adapted an Iroquois legend, grew their stage set from seeds, and perform their play with music, puppetry, audience participation, and Native American sign language. Imparting the Haudenoshaunee wisdom of planting corn, beans, and squash (the three sisters) together, their play joyfully expresses how… Read more Winthrop Harmony Arts Garden presents A Tale of Three Sisters!
To celebrate NeighborSpace’s 20th Anniversary, we’re bringing our community together, just as NeighborSpace gardens bring communities together. Raise a glass at Whiner Beer’s taproom at The Plant with NeighborSpace’s staff, board, supporters, and garden partners. Pleasant House Bakery will serve a locally-sourced, British-inspired menu. Wednesday, July 26, 2017 6:30 to 9:30 pm Whiner Beer Taproom… Read more You’re Invited to NeighborSpace’s 20th Anniversary Party
The South East Chicago Commission (SECC) grant is “designed to enhance the physical attractiveness of the Hyde Park-South Kenwood, North Kenwood-Oakland, Woodlawn, and Washington Park communities. Since 1999, we have collectively granted nearly $500,000 in beautification funds.” Brickyard Garden, a NeighborSpace-protected site, was one of this year’s winners. Congratulations!