Advocates for Urban Agriculture - Blog - Urban Farmers and Gardeners in Chicago - Links
All Experts - Home/Garden - Landscaping & Design - Wood Chips Around Trees
Careers.org - Careers, Jobs and Education Resources for: Cook County, Illinois
Chicago Community Schools - Current Service Providers
Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences - University of Illinois Extension Cook County News
Chicago Scope - Podcast - Cicada Information
Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Gardener - Expert Advice on Storm-Damaged Trees
"And the University of Illinois Extension of Cook County's blog has links to lots of helpful storm-damage information."
Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Gardener - Perennial Design and Dividing Advice
"The University of Illinois Extension has created a new Web site on designing perennial gardens. It's an excellent starting point for figuring out how to plan any garden."
Chicago Wilderness Magazine - News - Region Gets Cicada Mania
Chicatgo Tribune - Glorious Gardens - Ask the Expert
"A team of University of Illinois Extension horticulturists and Chicago Master Gardeners led by horticulture educator Ron Wolford are here to answer your gardening questions.
University of Illinois Extension is the flagship outreach effort of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign."
City of St. Charles - Services - Trees - Emerald Ash Borer - Other Sites: Related Info
City of St. Charles, Illinois - Departments - Public Works - About the Emerald Ash Borer
Dig-It-Yourself Garden - Blog - Other Useful Links
Ebook Library - Flowering Garden PDFs
Garden ABC's - School Garden Resource Center - Grants & Contests
Green Parent Chicago - Chicago Area Resources
Greenpolis - Chicago's Green Service - GreenNet
Growing in Chicago - 2009 - May - A Happy Hosta Saga
Growing in Chicago - Blog - How to Find a Green Landscaper or Designer
Helpful Gardener - Forum - My Transplanted Lilac Needs Help
Helpful Gardener - Gardening Forum
"Here are some links that might have some helpful information for you:
Higher Learning Network - Resouces - CRCP Program Presentation
Horticulture Magazine - Midwest - January/February Gardening
Horticulture Magazine - Midwest Gardening - About Gardening in Chicago
Lake Katherine - About Us - Partners
Maywood Public Library District - Library Resources On Breast Cancer
Midwest Ecological Lanscaping Association - Community
Minnesota Forest Industry Web Community - Links - Chicago Emerald Ash Borer Central
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education - STEM Equity Pipeline - After School
"This extension service establishes neighborhood science and technology centers that provide access to technology skills for youth."
NBC Chicago - Venues - University of Illinois Extension
Northern Garderning - State Extension Offices and Master Gardener Information
One Seed Chicago - Partners - University of Illinois Extension, Cook County
Pollinators Welcome - Cicadas... Pictures From The Front!
The Dig-It-Yourself Garden - Blog - Other Useful Links
The Village of Glenview - Emerald Ash Borer - Informational Links
Twitter - Jenn Kelly - Chi Garden
UF/IFAS - Center for Landscape Conservation - Caring for Holiday Gift Plants - Other Sites
UF/IFAS Extension - Storing Seeds - Other Sites and Publications
University of Texas at Austin - Wildflower Center - Ask Mr. Smarty Plants - Invasive Plants
Use Your Hands - 2009 - January - 21 - Cause and Effect
"A nice example came courtesy of the University of Illinois Extension. I need to expand my garden and would like to remediate or enrich the existing soil, but since we live in the city on an older plot, I’m worried about lead. It’s been a pain to figure out where to test, so I turned to the Extension. I found the Chicago Urban Gardening blog managed by Ron Wolford. An email to Mr. Wolford was soon answered. He told me where to get my soil tested and to call his assistant for a kit. His assistant was totally helpful and now I’m waiting for the kit to show up."
Village of Hoffman Estates - Useful Links
Wicker Park Garden Club - Additional Links
Wicker Park Garden Club - Helpful Links
Wildflower.org - Ask Mr. Smarty Plants - Possible Groundcovers under Pine Trees in Illinois