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Spring Gardening Inspiration 2108 Exhibitors

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Chicagoland Daylily Society - Promotes and encourages the growing and scientific study of the genre Hemerocallis along with promoting public interest in daylilies.

Garden Clubs of Illinois - Provides education, resources, and additional networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic and environmental responsibility.

Wild Ones – Greater DuPage Chapter - Advocacy and educational organization that promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities.

Forest Preserve District of DuPage County - FPDDC maintains more than 25,000 acres of native habitat in more than 60 preserves. Also provides educational and recreational opportunities to visitors while promoting conservation and stewardship of natural resources.

Downers Grove Organic Garden Club - Club promotes awareness of organic gardening methods and other environmentally sound practices.

Downers Grove Seed Sharing Library – The Downers Legacy Seed Library preserves our rare and in peril heritage food crops whose seeds hold valuable genetic material.  Those who join us in the process are given seeds and education, encouragement and passion, and help to prevent the loss of ancient food sources.

Indian Prairie Public Library - Indian Prairie Public Library serves the residents of Darien, Willowbrook, and Burr Ridge and the surrounding areas. Our community depends upon us as a vital and trusted resource for achieving personal goals and enhancing quality of life. With a welcoming environment and state-of-the-art services, the library is an essential center of learning, inspiration, and community pride.

Sunny Patch Project - The Sunny Patch Project was sown in the spring of 2015 as the first-ever community container garden in Darien.  Our initial mission was to raise awareness about our neighbors struggling with food insecurity.  Over 40% of families in our community have issues accessing food, especially garden fresh foods, throughout the year.  We decided to begin a small community garden project and invite at-risk neighbors to garden and grow their own food.  Since 2015, we’ve grown and shared over one ton (over 2,300 pounds) with our select families.  We’ve also invited the community to join in and share any excess garden yields they may have from their own garden patches.  Our project has grown in ways we could never imagine and we’ve received much community support – one of our supporters for season two was the Darien Garden Club!  We can all agree that hunger has no place here in Darien.  Together we’re growing solutions to hunger! 

Chicago Living Corridors – Chicago Living Corridors promotes the idea that private landowners can be instruments of change by restoring wildlife habitat on their land and creating habitat corridors between protected conservation areas.  

The Conservation Foundation – We improve the health of our communities by preserving and restoring natural areas and open space, protecting rivers and watersheds, and promoting stewardship of our environment.

The Garden Works Project – The Garden Works project promotes organic suburban agriculture to improve the well being of our community, the environment, and those facing food insecurity.