We are a grassroots organization made up of individuals with an interest in food and agriculture.
Cook County Farm Bureau is here for you! We want to support our member businesses by encouraging families to shop local. Help us to promote your small business.
Cook County Farm Bureau's Ag in the Classroom programs offer FREE 1 hour presentations to 4th grade students in Cook County.
To expand students' awareness and appreciation for the importance of agriculture everywhere.
With your donation, the CCFB Foundation carries out charitable, literary, leadership training and educational work in agriculture in the Cook County area.
If you like to make a donation in Honor of Kathy Bloomstrand, you can mail a check to CCFB Foundation 6438 Joliet Rd., La Grange IL 60525 or call 708-354-3276.
Have a question, comment or feedback? We'd love to hear from you!
Wrapping up a fun, fact-filled week behind the Scenes at Wagner Farm. Today we focus on lambs and farm chores.
Enjoy a week at the farm as we visit with Historic Wagner Farm for Ag Adventure-Behind the Scenes at Wagner Farm. Enjoy videos, crafts and virtual visits with the Wagner animals.
Enjoy a week at the farm with Historic Wagner Farm for Ag Adventure-Behind the Scenes at Wagner Farm. Enjoy videos, crafts and virtual visits with the Wagner animals.
Unique Ideas For Making Your Garden Special
We have all seen it on Pinterest and thought, "that would never work." We put some food scraps to the test
There are so many ways to create an abundant garden without tilling up your yard, check out these creative container options.
Earthworms do all their work underground so we don't see all the amazing work they do to improve soil, let's dig in and learn more about these fascinating farmers.
You gotta get dirty in order to create beautiful gardens.
Bees and butterflies are some of the many important creatures that pollinate food and flowers. There is so much to know, let's get started!
Butterflies aren't just pretty, they are important pollinators. Explore the magic of caterpillar to beautiful butterfly.
YES, pollinators are necessary for going on a picnic
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