Openlands’ popular TreeKeeper certification course starts June 1st. Take your landscaping skills to the next level: The TreeKeepers Program is an 8-day course taught by nationally and world-renowned experts, focused on managing and reducing the threats to forest health. Topics covered include tree physiology and soils, tree identification, pruning, tree selection, planting and mulching, and… Read more Become a TreeKeeper with Openlands
It’s time again to sign up for Openlands’s terrific GardenKeepers class. This year’s session will take place at McKinley Library Park. Register at the Openlands website. Registration deadline is October 29th. Do you want to grow your own food in a garden you share with friends and neighbors? Are you a part of a community… Read more It’s time for GardenKeepers!
Just a reminder that NeighborSpace offers partial scholarships to NeighborSpace gardeners who take the Openlands Gardenkeeper Class. Details below. GardenKeepers Classes Winter Session Saturdays, February 8 to March 15 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Garfield Park Conservatory 300 N. Central Park Blvd. Fee: $75 per person For Chicago residents who want to eat healthy food… Read more Class discounts for NeighborSpace Gardeners
As harvest draws near, it’s time to start thinking about building your garden’s intellectual capital up for next year. Enroll in the OpenLands Garden Keepers course: Do you want grow your own food in a garden you share with friends and neighbors? Are you a part of a community garden that you think could be… Read more Openlands Garden Keepers registration open
Our friends over at Openlands have just opened registration for their next round of GardenKeepers classes: REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the Openlands GardenKeepers Food Garden Network Class Series Saturdays, February 16-March 31, 2013, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Garfield Park Conservatory – 300 N Central Park Blvd. Openlands has merged HomeGrown Chicago Community Food Garden Network classes… Read more Learn about what makes gardens great with Openlands
View NeighborSpace in a larger map External site In February of 2009, five residents founded Growing Station (now known as El Paseo) community garden. They wanted to grow their own food and contribute to their community. They began searching for a vacant lot to build an organic community vegetable garden, eventually asking Alderman Danny Solis… Read more El Paseo Community Garden