The GardenWorks Project empowers, educates, and promotes organic suburban agriculture to improve the wellbeing of our community, the environment, and families facing food insecurity. We support all gardeners in their efforts to grow and prepare food for themselves and their neighbors in need.
By becoming a member of The GardenWorks Project Food Growers Network, you’ll have access to gardening resources through our Suburban Agriculture Resource Center (inside Gallery 200, 103 W. Washington St., West Chicago). We welcome you to partner with us and the DuPage County gardening community to start or expand your home or community garden.
HOME GARDENERS GIVE $20/YEAR AND RECEIVE:
- 20 vegetable seed packets
- The GardenWorks Project Tote Bag
- 50% off seedlings at our West Chicago Blooming Fest plant sale (May 20, 2017)
- 15% off vegetable seedlings from We Grow Dreams Nursery, 1055 W. Washington St., West Chicago
- 20% off cedar raised bed gardens at our Resource Center ($100 value)
- Free attendance to all GardenWorks Project educational offerings
- Coaching from a GardenWorks Project garden coach
We ask GardenWorks Food Growers Network Members to:
- Donate your surplus vegetables to an area food pantry (a comprehensive list of food pantries will be provided)
- Share your enthusiasm for gardening with your neighbors
- Volunteer with us to help your neighbors in need access fresh produce
- Imagine your neighborhood filled with gardens and be inspired!
No one will be denied membership because of inability to pay. If you are unable to pay, please sign up for membership at our Resource Center during open hours. Click here for a schedule of open hours.
The GardenWorks Project Food Growers Network is only for gardeners with home, community or school gardens in DuPage County. Community gardens in schools, businesses, and other places where people garden together are eligible. For more information, please visit www.gardenworksproject.org/network, email email@example.com, or call 630-858-5240. Your membership fee gives us the ability to bring more resources to families facing hunger in the DuPage County area.