The United States Botanic Garden, Chicago Botanic Garden’s Windy City Harvest, and the American Public Gardens Association are continuing to support public gardens in facilitating collaborative food-growing and education programs. The Urban Agriculture Resilience Program Capstone Cohort will comprise a small group of established urban agriculture projects seeking to sustain and institutionalize their work. Eligible projects may be previous Urban Agriculture Resilience Program awardees or established urban agriculture projects new to the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program. Awardees will receive mentoring and technical support from Chicago Botanic Garden’s Windy City Harvest to help build the sustainability of their programs.
This webinar will provide attendees the opportunity to ask questions they have about the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program. The webinar will cover the application process, reporting, and marketing commitments for awardees, but primarily focus on questions submitted prior to September 23rd. You will be able to include your questions when you sign up to attend. All questions and answers will be posted on the website afterward along with a recording of this webinar.
For more infromation about the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program Capstone Cohort, the criteria for participation, and the application click here.
- Public Engagement
- Garden Management
- Education & Science