Winnemac Gardens

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Operating as usual

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01/06/2020

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10/10/2019

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07/13/2019

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The Last Plastic Straw
08/30/2017
The Last Plastic Straw

The Last Plastic Straw

Strawless in Seattle, catch the wave and make the switch.

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08/01/2017

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VOTE!
03/09/2017
Andersonville Chamber of Commerce

VOTE!

Voting for the 2017 Andersonville Honors finalists is now open through Friday, March 17 at Noon! Show your love for your favorite Aville establishments by voting now and attending the 2017 Andersonville Honors - Awards Celebration and Party! on Wednesday, April 5 where the winners will be crowned! #AvilleHonors

Congratulations to our finalists! Bar Roma Chicago, Defloured: A Gluten Free Bakery, Goddess and Grocer, Middle East Bakery & Grocery, TrueNorth, The Brown Elephant, Hamburger Mary's Chicago, Hopleaf, Jameson Loves Danger, Lady Gregory's Irish Bar & Restaurant, Andersonville Galleria, Gus Giordano Dance School, The Neo-Futurists, pH Productions, Transistor Chicago, Cheetah Gym Chicago, North Side Federal, RE: chiropractic + wellness, Restoration Salon Chicago, Revive Massage Therapy & SPA, Sine Qua Non Salons, Big Jones, Calo Ristorante, Lady Gregory's Irish Bar & Restaurant, Little Bad Wolf, Vincent Restaurant, Appellation Wine Bar & Restaurant, Elixir Andersonville, Replay Beer & Bourbon-Andersonville, Simon's Tavern, Foursided, Milk Handmade, Women & Children First Bookstore, AlleyCat Comics, First Slice Pie Cafe, Woolly Mammoth Chicago Antiques & Oddities

DNAinfo Uptown
02/09/2017
DNAinfo Uptown

DNAinfo Uptown

More than 20 restaurants will be offering prix fixe meals between $10-$30.

Audubon Society of Rhode Island
05/29/2015

Audubon Society of Rhode Island

So, I was checking my voicemail this morning and there was one from a caller who said that she had her trees sprayed for caterpillars – trees occupied by three bird feeders - and now, she is upset that there are no birds at all for her to watch. She wonders if the spray could possibly have something to do with it. (Yes, spraying pesticides on your trees will have an effect on the songbirds.) It is not uncommon for us to get inquiries such as these, and it is with great frustration and sadness that we often are faced with educating people after the damage has been done. So, please let me take a moment to reach out to our Facebook friends and family and be proactive about this topic. All pesticides are designed to kill. Some are very targeted, such as B. T. (Bacillus thuringiensis) which primarily affects Lepidopterans (moths and butterflies), but most pesticides are broad and indiscriminate. When you make the choice to treat your house or landscape with rodenticides or grub treatment or mosquito foggers or any other pesticide treatment, you have an intent of ridding yourself of a specific creature that you find distasteful. However, nothing in nature exists in a vacuum. Everything is connected. When you affect one population, it has a ripple effect across the populations that depend upon and coexist with it. When you spray insecticide, for instance, it does not just kill the ‘bugs’ you don’t like, but kills all insects, including honeybees, butterflies and ladybugs. Likewise, when you spray, the insects do not simply disappear off the face of the earth. Many live a short time before they perish. In this time, they may be consumed by natural predators, like songbirds, small mammals and other insects. Pesticides may have a direct toxicity to these animals or may build up in their fat or blood and cause illness or death over time. Even so-called “green” chemicals are still intended to kill, and though they may be derived from natural sources or biodegrade quickly, they are still highly toxic to you and other organisms.
Friends, it is so very important in this day and age, with the steady decline of bird populations and the utter devastation of pollinator populations that we humans take a serious, proactive look at the choices we make and the practices we support – either directly or indirectly. It is vital that we do not go blindly into the world, but make ourselves informed and educated about products and practices and about science, industry and nature. Here at the Audubon Society of Rhode Island, we very much want to help people become educated and able to make informed choices. We are here to answer your questions and point you in the direction of reliable and scientifically accurate information. But we also encourage you to think and question BEFORE you act. Your actions have consequences. Thanks for listening!
(Photo Credit http://www.yorku.ca/bstutch/research.htm)

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05/28/2015

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05/19/2015

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05/19/2015

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05/19/2015

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04/15/2015

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Year 2 of Veggie Garden
04/12/2015

Year 2 of Veggie Garden

Year 2 of Veggie Garden

Year 2 of Veggie Garden
04/11/2015

Year 2 of Veggie Garden

Year 2 of Veggie Garden

Year one of our garden.
08/22/2014

Year one of our garden.

Year one of our garden.

Winnemac Gardens has expanded and added raised beds! Hoping for a bumper crop.
06/12/2014

Winnemac Gardens has expanded and added raised beds! Hoping for a bumper crop.

W***y Street Co-op
03/12/2014

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Via Food, Inc.

03/07/2014

We are ready for SPRING and all the nonsense.

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03/07/2014

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03/30/2013

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05/03/2012

Bees have arrived and are being put into hive today. :)

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03/28/2012

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03/28/2012

Birds, cats, fish, turtle and SKUNKs, oh my!

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1441 W Winnemac Ave
Chicago, IL
60640

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