Our Edible Landscapes and Gardens Department collaborates with individuals, families, corporations, institutions, municipalities, and communities to transform mundane, underutilized areas into beautiful and bountiful food-producing landscapes. Whether it’s for personal consumption, a community garden, community outreach and education, urban agriculture, or a CSA, we are committed to helping people reconnect with nature and eat local, healthy food.
“From the community design process to getting the garden contours just right, all the way to installing the raised vegetable beds, Christy Webber’s team has helped dozens of community gardens take root in Chicago.”
– Ben Helphand, Executive Director of NeighborSpace
Winter is here, Chicago, and it's time to make sure your landscapes are ready for the cold season ahead. A few tips from our experts: be sure to wrap your arborvitaes to protect them from the wind and snow; make sure your leaves are picked up to avoid potential icy hazards; shut down and put away fountains and/or fountain pumps and clean out and prepare your bird feeders for winter visitors.
To learn how Christy Webber Landscapes can help with your edible landscapes project, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 533-0477.