Community Gardens Accepted Now

Community Gardening Program

In 2018, after a successful pilot year, we will be continuing our Community Gardening Program, and will be choosing another 5 new organizations to establish or expand a community garden in their chosen area! 

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Community garden organizers may apply to receive 5 raised-bed garden frames, seeds, seedlings, and support from The GardenWorks Project. Dig in and apply today!


Join us next week!

Seed Saving and Exchange

Award-Winning Organic Gardener Vicki Nowicki will be presenting a talk on seed saving and permaculture at The GardenWorks Project Resource Center in West Chicago on Wednesday, February 7th at 7:00pm. 

seeds.jpgAfter the talk, join us along with fellow gardeners at our resource center to exchange seeds that have been saved from individual gardens. The event will be a casual setting and no rules about how seeds should be packaged. If you have seeds organized in large quantities, we will have some envelopes for others to take just a few. 

 Click here for more information and to RSVP today. 

Business Sponsorship Spots Open

Thank you to our 2017 sponsors!

Join us in supporting our 2018 garden build season. We will be building 90 gardens for families facing food insecurity in DuPage County, and we can't do it without your help. The deadline to have your logo included on our volunteer t-shirts and printed materials is March 1, so please consider joining us as a sponsor today. Download sponsorship packet. 


As always, thank you for being part of our mission to support organic gardening in DuPage to increase the availability of locally-grown foods for all.

 





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