Kick off your gardening season with SCARCE.
Visit the Growin’ Green Garden Market for eco-friendly garden supplies, organic seedlings, rain barrels, eco-friendly products and tips to help you grow green!
It will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 30 at SCARCE, 800 S. Rohlwing Road (Route 53), just north of North Avenue in Addison.
Buy amended compost for food waste and rain barrels to keep your garden healthy.
Pre-orders of rain barrels and compost are available at rare.org/growin-green.
The market will also feature native plants, organic vegetable seedlings, CBD products, eco-friendly products, dog treats, music and more.
Join one of the mini-workshops to learn more about backyard chickens or composting.
Kids will have fun at the market with activities to do and take home.
This is a rain or shine event and also pet friendly.
For more information, call (630) 545-9710 or visit rare.org/growin-green.
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SCARCE (which stands for School and Community Assistance for Recycling and Composting Education) is a non-profit environmental education and resource center. It offers educational programs for all ages and books and supplies to schools and nonprofits.
It works with schools, businesses, municipalities, park districts, libraries, scout groups, garden clubs, senior centers and more to deliver engaging environmental education programs. SCARCE’s goal is to inspire people to take action to care for the Earth’s natural resources.