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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern


At its Earth Day Fest, the Evanston Ecology Center had a birthday table set up to celebrate its 50th birthday.

Evanston Ecology Center celebrates 50th birthday at Earth Day Fest

April 21, 2024

Tents lined the field of Ingraham Park from 12 to 3 p.m. Saturday for the Evanston Ecology Center’s Earth Day and 50th birthday celebration.  The Ecology Center has held Earth Day Fests for more...

NU alum Jack Jordan says nobody is too small to make a change toward climate action.

NU alum takes on role of co-chair at Climate Action Evanston

October 4, 2023

From majoring in environmental sciences and American studies at Northwestern to serving as  a co-chairman of the Board of Directors for a local environmental advocacy organization Climate Action Evanston,...

Evanston residents and their families picked pumpkins, made s’mores and tasted apple cider at Saturday’s Harvest Festival.

Evanston Harvest Festival leaves residents falling for autumnal celebrations

October 1, 2023

As Evanston residents strolled into Eggleston Park on Saturday, they were met with a range of autumn games, refreshments and activities at the city’s first Evanston Harvest Festival. Presented by...

Everything Evanston: Edible Evanston’s growing gardening efforts

Everything Evanston: Edible Evanston’s growing gardening efforts

November 14, 2022

Everything Evanston explores Edible Evanston, a non-profit growing food in the community and for the community. The podcast explores the initiatives they have been working on. TIM SONDER: I think we...

A picture of a sign in Eggleston Park identifying it as a “food forest” with a map of available produce growing in the garden.

Evanston Grows builds a blooming community, combats food injustice through urban gardening

May 9, 2022

Left with 1,000 pounds of fresh produce from the Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center gardens at the start of the pandemic, long-time gardener Jean Fies decided to distribute the leftovers to District 65...

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