Chicago Announcements November 15, 2022

Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the city’s Department of Streets and Sanitation on Monday announced six community garden sites that will accept organic waste materials for composting. The sites were launched in collaboration with NeighborSpace and partially funded by a grant from the Natural Resources Defense Council. Three bins at each site will collect fruit and vegetable scraps, garden trimmings, eggshells, coffee grounds and tea bags, according to a news release from Lightfoot’s office. The six sites are: Stockyard Garden at 5136-58 S. Carpenter St., El Paseo Garden at 944 W. 21st St., Merchant Park Community Garden at 4200 W. Addison St., Hermitage Street Community Garden at 5647 S. Hermitage Ave., Fulton Street Flower and Vegetable Garden at 4427 W. Fulton St. and Montrose Metra Community Gardens at 4386 N. Ravenswood Ave. 

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