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Chicago Urban Initiative

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Chicago Urban Initiative

Our primary urban agriculture project in Chicago is Eat to Live Garden and Farm, located at 70th Place and Princeton Avenue in the Englewood neighborhood. The quarter-acre Community and Learning Garden is across the street from the site of the future Farm Incubator.

In addition to working with Eat to Live, we offer other educational opportunities to the public in Chicago, including:

Eat to Live Garden and Farm
Eat to Live is a collaborative project to engage people in making connections among food production, urban ecology, community health, and economic resilience.
Public Workshops
Learn more about our public workshops and events in Chicago.
History & Impacts
Learn about impacts of our past work in Chicago.