Our friends at Advocates for Urban Agriculture will help you learn more about pantry gardening at a Sharing the Harvest meet up next week at the Garfield Park Conservatory.
Celebrate International Biodiversity Day at the Field Museum with our friends at the Peterson Garden Project. They’ve got a fun, tasty lineup for the event: FOOD ORIGINS: Travel the globe through the lens of David Cavagnaro’s camera. Learn about the geographic origins of our favorite fruit and vegetable varieties and the diaspora that is responsible for… Read more International Biodiversity Day is May 22nd
We here at NeighborSpace are proud to have been invited to participate in the Chicago Community Trust’s 98th Anniversary Gala. The Trust is one of our biggest supporters. To celebrate, we’re making corsages that represent the unique variety of NeighborSpace’s 80+ community gardens: these will be corsages built not just from flowers, but from vegetables… Read more Get Crafty with NeighborSpace this Sunday and Monday
The North Lawndale Greening Committee has two workdays scheduled soon. First: Saturday, April 20 at the preSERVE Garden at 1233 S Central Park. Our partners for this garden are Slow Food Chicago, the Chicago Honey Co-op, NeighborSpace, and the North Lawndale Greening. We focus on healthy food production in this garden. Last year we raised five varieties of… Read more Two Workdays Coming Up in North Lawndale
Xochiquetzal Peace Garden, one of the very first sites to join with NeighborSpace, is about to celebrate their 20th anniversary with a Pilsen gala. Get your tickets now to join them and support an exemplary community organization. Celebrate our 20th Anniversary Gala with us! Help Save our Schools and Help Fund the Music Program at… Read more Celebrate 20 Years of Xochiquetzal Peace Garden
Following up on their most recent gathering, this new garden group is meeting to help get ready for the new season: Spring Garden Meet Up Saturday, April 13th Meet in the community garden, 7032 S. Merrill 11 am-1pm Questions? Contact NeighborSpace at (773) 826-3240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.