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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Midwest Grows Green

Chicago, IL

Midwest Grows Green

Midwest Grows Green accomplishes large scale behavior change by sharing pesticide and fertilizer reduction information at critical places where lawns influence our lives.

Openlands

Chicago, IL

Openlands

Openlands protects the natural and open spaces of northeastern Illinois and the surrounding region.

Alliance for the Great Lakes

Chicago, IL

Alliance for the Great Lakes

Alliance for the Great Lakes works to conserve and restore the world’s largest freshwater resource, using policy, education and local efforts.

Chicago Academy of Sciences/Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

Chicago, IL

Chicago Academy of Sciences/Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

This organization works to grow its region’s urban connection to the world of nature and science through collaborations, education, research and collections, exhibitions, and public forums.

Environmental Law & Policy Center

Chicago, IL

Environmental Law & Policy Center

ELPC develops and leads strategic environmental advocacy campaigns to protect natural resources and the environment with a focus on the Midwest.

Friends of the Chicago River

Chicago, IL

Friends of the Chicago River

Friends of the Chicago River seeks to improve and protect the Chicago River system for people, plants and animals.

Gardeneers

Chicago, IL

Gardeneers

Gardeneers cultivates customized school garden programs to ensure each space, and the students and communities who care for it, connect with healthy food and grow to their full potential.

Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO)

Chicago, IL

Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO)

LVEJO works for environmental justice in Little Village, seeking self-determination for immigrant, low-income and working-class families.

Organizing Neighborhoods for Equality: Northside

Chicago, IL

Organizing Neighborhoods for Equality: Northside

This organization builds collective power to eliminate injustice through community organizing, developing grassroots leaders and acting together to effect change.

Urban Rivers

Chicago, IL

Urban Rivers

Utilizing innovative solutions to rehabilitate urban waterways across the globe, Urban Rivers is working to restore 3,500 feet of the Chicago River on the eastern seawall of the North Branch Canal.

SAFE: Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing Our Environment

Vienna, IL

SAFE: Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing Our Environment

SAFE seeks to prevent fracking and other fossil-fuel extraction, and reduce our reliance on fossil fuels in southern Illinois.

Elliott Donnelley Chicago Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Chicago, IL

Elliott Donnelley Chicago Chapter of Trout Unlimited

This group works to conserve, protect and restore North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.

Make an Impact

Chicago Conservation Corps Spring Leadership Training #4 — Chicago Academy of Sciences/Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

Event from Chicago Academy of Sciences/Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

Chicago, IL, United States

Chicago Conservation Corps Spring Leadership Training #4

Chicago Academy of Sciences/Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

The Chicago Conservation Corps is now recruiting for its Spring 2021 Sustainability Leadership Training Series. Learn from community and environmental leaders about urban sustainability challenges and opportunities for change, then lead a sustainability service project in your community with support and resources from the Nature Museum. To participate in the

Adding an Organic Lawn Care Service to Your Business — Midwest Grows Green

Event from Midwest Grows Green

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

Adding an Organic Lawn Care Service to Your Business

Midwest Grows Green

In this training webinar, Chip Osborne, the Founder of the Organic Landscape Association, covers the essential components of an organic lawn care service program and how to meet or exceed the expectations of your clients. Following this training, organic lawn care companies Organic Lawns by LUNSETH, Good Nature Organic Lawn

Improving Soil Health on Sports and Recreational Fields — Midwest Grows Green

Event from Midwest Grows Green

Chicago, IL, United States

Improving Soil Health on Sports and Recreational Fields

Midwest Grows Green

This workshop invites managers across the Midwest to share their efforts to improve soil health and the microbiome on sporting fields. The morning features preliminary microbiome research and work by Dr. Paul Koch, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin and Dan Dinelli, Golf Course Superintendent for the North Shore

Viable and Safe Alternatives to Glyphosate — Midwest Grows Green

Event from Midwest Grows Green

Chicago, IL, United States

Viable and Safe Alternatives to Glyphosate

Midwest Grows Green

The impact of glyphosate’s “probably carcinogenic to humans” classification by the International Agency for Research on Cancer reverberated across the landscaping and natural resource management sector. In the face of increasing glyphosate bans and restrictions, this MGG Lawn & Land Forum workshop identifies the alternative structures, practices or products available

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