Maximize Bionutrients with this Two-Day Workshop

The Bionutrient Food Association’s Dan Kittredge is leading a series of workshops around the country targeted at growing the most nutrient-rich crops possible. The Chicago workshop takes place Saturday, March 29th and Sunday March 30th, and you can register here.

The North Lawndale Greening Committee, The Garfield Park Community Council, and The Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance present
MARCH 29 & 30, 2014

Interested in Growing Nutrient Dense, Higher Yielding Crops? How About Crops with Improved Pest & Disease Resistance and Better Tolerance of Extreme Weather Conditions?

Learn from a life long Farmer of his understanding and first hand experiences utilizing a Biological Approach to crop production. Dan Kittredge, Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food Association (BFA) & the Real Food Campaign, will present a 2-session Workshop on High Bionutrient Crop Production.

Date: Saturday, March 29th and Sunday March 30th
Time: 9:30am – 4:30 pm
Location: Garfield Park Conservatory
300 N. Central Park Avenue – Classroom
Chicago, IL 60624
Cost: $150.00, with Scholarship funds available for Farmers.

Potluck event. Please bring a dish to share on both days.

For Event Information: please contact the North Lawndale Greening Committee – Dr. Shemuel Israel, President NLGC – cell: 773-332-7887; or Annamaria Leon, Director, Education & Community Outreach cell: 414-339-55537, or email at

For Scholarship information, please contact Gary Neves, Course Administrator, Cell: 774-573-6804,

(Toward the bottom of the Workshops page is the button to Sign Up online.)

Limit 35 participants.