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Altgeld Sawyer Corner Farm
Community Development, Education, Youth Empowerment, Paper Production
N Sawyer Ave. and W Altgeld St. |

Dedicated to educational purposes, to growing vegetables for the community along side fibers for the paper making process and natural dyes, this communal space acts as a bridge between communities while facilitating a connection with the land within an urban environment.

Chicago Avenue Community Garden
Education, Community Development
W Chicago Ave & N Hudson Ave

Website: | Phone: 312-573-3369
The Chicago Avenue Community Garden is hosted by Fourth Presbyterian Church with the intent of growing relationships between the different communities surrounding the garden. There are individual beds available as well as multiple communal beds, and both vegetables and flowers are grown. The garden season runs from May through October, with regular children's programming and monthly cookouts. We are located at the corner of Chicago and Hudson Avenues, walking distance from both the Brown and Red Line stops on Chicago Avenue.

East Garfield Block Club Garden
Community Development
3525 W. Adams St.

Phone: 773-330-1163
A community garden on a parkway in front of 3 vacant, city-owned lots, East Garfield Block Club Garden, was started in Sept. 2005 with help from Openlands and other community gardeners.

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