In Our Summer 2016 Issue

Last Updated September 06, 2016
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WTTW’s Series Homegrown Grows an Audience

homegrown crew
Homegrown began as a way to show viewers how to start a garden from scratch. Now in its third year, it has evolved into a popular DIY series attracting garden enthusiasts.

Books to Devour

books
Looking for a good read? Grab one of our suggestions below and curl up with a book on the beach or even on the couch.

Summer Supper: A Feast for the Senses

vegan vegetarian omnivore cookbook
Dine alfres(h)co. Take away the walls and windows, the kitchen table or island. Replace with fresh air and outdoor dining—seated, perhaps,...

Mid-Season Plantings and the Joys of the (Edible) Fall Garden

fall gardening
When it comes to midsummer garden blues keep the following in mind: editing, amending and planting. Here's how to get your garden on the up again!

Fighting Hunger Today, Creating Economic Opportunities for Tomorrow

packing up meals for a just harvest
A Just Harvest is an anti-hunger and community empowerment organization in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood which helps get and serve food and mentor young adults.

Big Delicious Planet: A World of its Own in the City

inside of a big delicious planet
Big Delicious Planet is a four-star certified green catering company, canteen and urban farm tucked in the more industrial section of West Town.

All Rise for the Justice of the Pies

Maya Camille Broussard
Justice of the Pies was created in memoriam of Maya-Camille Broussard's father as a mission-oriented business with a goal to hire disadvantaged individuals who need a second chance at life.

Sweet & Lucious: Michigan's Fruit Belt

raspberries
Among the most diverse and productive agricultural regions in the world, the fruit belt hugs the eastern shore of Lake Michigan from the Indiana border to Grand Traverse Bay.
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