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Location: Oak Park, IL
Latest Activity: 23 hours ago
Started by Bryan Northup Jul 26, 2011.
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Interested in native plants and want to learn more, or share your knowledge? Put this event on your calendar. It's July 21st, 2.30pm at Green Home Experts (on South Blvd just west of OP Ave). http://greencommunityconnections.org/go-native-with-wild-ones/
Wow, where have we all been for a year? A great current source to check out is http://www.greencommunityconnections.org for an awesome group of people and the latest on green events around Oak Park and elsewhere.
Beekeeping Camp for Kids (ages 9-12) in Downers Grove
There are a lot of kids in the area who are interested in beekeeping. This nature camp promises to be fascinating and fun!
Lyman Woods Junior BeekeepersSmoke out a real adventure! Suit up and join our beekeeper to investigate firsthand the inner workings of a beehive. Learn all about hives and colonies while you build a hive and inspect real frames of bees. Build a solar wax melter and learn how to make beeswax candles, and even harvest honey from the hives! Must be comfortable being close to bees.
July 22-26, 9am-noon (630) 963-1300https://dgpdwebtrac.dgparks.org/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wbsearch.html?wbs...
Cook-DuPage Beekeeping Association is making available two full scholarships for this camp. Applications are due by June 7. http://cookdupagebeekeepers.com/contact-us/
For anyone interested in native plants and green landscaping: http://www.livehereoakpark.com/events/cheney-mansion-spring-plant-sale May 20th
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I thought this might be of interest to any green-minded local business owners:
Sponsors are now being sought for the Village’s third annual celebration of green living — Earth Fest — scheduled for Sat., April 21, in the LEED® Gold-certified Public Works Center, 201 South Blvd. Sponsors not only receive special recognition in event promotional materials, they also help move the community toward the important goal of living sustainably. This year’s event will highlight organic farmers, eco-friendly landscapers, local chefs and restaurants, games and activities for children, items for sale, and entertainment. Sponsors earn the opportunity to not only educate but also to engage and empower people to make healthier choices for themselves, their families and the planet. Sponsorships range from $125 to $1,000. A sponsorship form is posted at www.oak-park.us/earthfest. For more information, call 708.358.5778 or e-mail email@example.com.
Rachel, is the box going to be an overwhelming amount of food for two adults?
How cool! Thanks for sharing, Bryan.
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