Every year, Chicago residents throw out tons of leaves, lawn clippings and other organic material. This “waste” makes up more than half of the city’s residential trash in the spring and summer growing seasons, and again in the fall when leaves are dropping. Organic waste, however, is a valuable resource that can be composted instead of thrown out in the trash.
Beginning Beekeeping Class
Sunday, November 10th
Hours: 9:00 am – 2:30 pm
Where: Jensen Room
Cost: $70 / $50 for GPCA Members and Volunteers
his adorable bird ornaments — cleverly disguised almonds with felt caps — add a natural touch to your Christmas tree
LAST MARKET THIS SEASON: The market is located at Irving Park Road (4000 north) and Springfield Ave. (3900 west), Chicago. 35 vendors selling everything from organic fruits and seasonal vegetables, grilled English bangers to vegetarian tamales, Amish butter, crepes made-to-order to gourmet free trade coffee, organic meats, including Halal lamb, honey, eggs, frozen bison, kettle corn, baked goods,
Irving Park Garden Club end of the year pot luck luncheon is this Saturday 10/19 at 12:00 noon.
Pharmaceutical Disposal Drop Boxes Available in Every Chicago Police Station