Community Cooking

A Sustain DuPage Gardeners Project

David is the Organizer for the Community Cooking project.

When he’s not busy cooking and learning about food,  he works as a Spanish Bilingual Coordinator for Chicago Public Schools, a Landscaping Consultant specializing in plantings that increase biodiversity, and an Associate Real Estate Agent for Redfin. In his spare time he studies botany, foreign languages, Tai Chi and Qi Gong. (He’s also recording an album of original songs to be released in 2019!) As culinary coordinator, his goal is to teach people that eating  delicious homegrown food doesn’t have to be complicated and is one of the best ways to connect us to our environment and community.

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From the Blog:

Joel Salatin Sends Support for DuPage Right to Grow Food

Photo Courtesy: The News Leader If you haven't been following the past 3 years or so of #ElmhurstHooplah and our work to protect the Human Right to Grow Food Year-Round in DuPage County (Illinois), you can get caught up at this link, or you can watch the video below....

NGO Solidarity: A Case Study

The Theosophical Society made mention to our Sustain DuPage Gardeners last season that they hoped we would implement a practice of permaculture on their grounds… the following collaboration is a great example of how coalition building and solidarity can work in DuPage County between Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)!

Our Regional Allies:

The Resiliency Institute

Transforming the suburbs into resilient permaculture communities by empowering people to live resilient lives, grow resilient landscapes, and build resilient communities.

Cook DuPage Beekeepers Association

Promoting the general interests of bee culture, and the production of and use of honey and other apiary products.

DuPage County Farm Bureau

To strengthen agriculture’s role and influence as a vital part of a strong, prosperous economy in a free America.

The Gardenworks Project

Supporting all gardeners in their efforts to grow and prepare food for themselves and their neighbors in need.

Liberty Gardens Seed Project

Saving seeds for the future.

Loaves & Fishes

Creating a future where struggling families have access to the resources they need to help them overcome barriers, improve their lives and become self-sufficient.

Whittville Backyard Farm

Teaching others to protect the environment and grow food.
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