WHAT WE BELIEVE
Waste is an opportunity.
The best natural resource is the one that has already been extracted. Our work begins where others’ consumption ends, where energy would be otherwise lost to landfills or abandoned.
Innovation is imperative.
We can and will cultivate healthier, more sustainable cities by continuously and creatively disrupting old processes.
FEATURED EVENT:

Wednesday, 30 December, 2020

10:30 AM

PLANT CHICAGO SEED SALE

Order & pick-up open-pollinated, non-GMO seeds for your 2020 fall garden, or stock up for next summer!

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Photography by David Belkin

CLOSED LOOP,

OPEN SOURCE

We’re working to make our cities healthier and more efficient by developing and sharing the most innovative methods for sustainable food production, energy conservation and material reuse.

Together, people are strong.
Lasting, collaborative partnerships are key to creating environments where individuals, organizations and communities flourish.
Results demand action.
Action is the most effective stimulus for progress. We promote a hands-on approach to research, development and education.
Knowledge is power.
Access to information is essential for driving change. At Plant Chicago, we are committed to open-source distribution of knowledge.
UPCOMING EVENTS:

PLANT CHICAGO SEED SALE

Order & pick-up open-pollinated, non-GMO seeds for your 2020 fall garden, or stock up for next summer!

SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET

Join us for our weekly farmers market at the historic Davis Square Park on 45th and Marshfield!

CREATE YOUR OWN BOTANICAL EMBROIDERY

Create a sustainable embroidery project with a tech twist, all inspired by plants!

INTRODUCTION TO AQUAPONICS (VIRTUAL SESSION)

Join Plant Chicago's CE Project Specialist Eric Weber for a virtual introduction to this innovative way of growing your own food!

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4459 S. Marshfield Ave

Chicago IL 60609

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