Join the Evergreen Park library and the Cook County Farm Bureau® for an interactive evening of exploring the path food takes from farm field to dinner plate and the obstacles in between. Participants will discuss, food labels, food banks, and food choices locally and internationally.
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 (www.will-scookswcd.org) and can be picked up at eh Will-South Cook Soil and Water Conservation District office during business hours. U.S. Mail, email and fax copies can be requested by calling 815-462-3106 x3 ask for Kim Mitchell.
With proper preparation, we can help make sure you pass your family farm from one generation to the next.
If you enjoy gardening and would like to learn to share your gardening knowledge, the Illinois Extension Master Gardener Program may be for you. The next Master Gardener training for the south suburbs will take place in fall of 2020. Master Gardeners (MG) are a vital link in getting horticulture information to the public through Illinois Extension offices.
Our Community Urban Grant Program is looking to award six gardens in 2020...and we increased the award amount to $350! Applications are now available. All community-based urban gardens in Cook County are encouraged to apply.
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Our mission is to serve all of the Cook County Farm Bureau® members with meaningful and beneficial programs that reflect our agricultural heritage.