Cookfresh® is an assistance program designed for Community Gardens in Cook County to beautify their “places and palates.” The Cookfresh Community Urban Garden Grant program offer six $300 grants to support urban agriculturists seeking assistance with a community garden. The community gardens will receive the money in the form of Cook County Farm Bureau “Cookfresh Funds”.
The Cook County Farm Bureau will be selling tickets to the game on Monday, April 22,2019 at 10 am. Be one of the first to call the office at 708-354-3276. Tickets are limited and will sell out!
Food Checkout Day highlights the safe and nutritious food grown by local farmers while also drawing attention to those families who struggle to find solutions to feeding their families healthy food on a tight budget. Through Farm Bureau’s partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana, Farm Bureau members are able to assist families during the most difficult time of their lives, when their child is ill.
From the December 17, 1930 issue of the Countryside Publication (2nd issue).
Farm Bureau established the following legislative priorities:
The Will-South Cook Soil & Water Conservation District is currently taking orders for the spring Tree and Fish Sale. Order forms are available on the District Website (https://will-scookswcd.org) and can be picked up at the Will-South Cook Soil and Water Conservation District office during business hours. U.S. Mail, email and fax copies can also be requested by calling 815-462-3106 x 3.
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