For the Love of Gardening
"On-site" at the Cook County Farm Bureau
The Cook County Farm Bureau® and the Cook County University of Illinois Extension have partnered on a new project that benefits Local Farm Bureau members and the general public. Master gardeners are on-site at the Farm Bureau office to provide expertise and assistance to members and its surrounding communities to meet horticulture needs, answer questions and provide helpful guidance.
Quick tips for creating your own pollinator garden
A third of the food and drink individuals consume depends on pollination. As a keystone group, the survival of many other plant and animal species depend on pollinators for their survival. Pollinators include bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, birds, and bats.
Cook County Farm Bureau members and residents have the opportunity to utilize EQ biosolids and EQ compost available during the growing at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD).