How do we successfully nurture seeds to productive maturity to prep for the growing season? Let’s begin by assisting their germination and juvenile progression, writes Rachel Farrell of DeKalb's Citizens' Environmental Commission.
ExxonMobil Joliet and Citgo Lemont refineries high on list of discharges reported by Environmental Integrity Project
Schools that have utilized best practices in energy efficiency, water and waste management, healthy school environments, and environmental education are eligible. Information on the application process can be found on the ISBE website. The deadline to apply is Jan. 9.
City plans to pass ordinance banning use of groundwater for drinking at Joliet-owned fueling station.
The answer is complicated, but environmentalists say locally sourced, real trees are the greenest choice.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency previously completed about $4 million of emergency cleanup at the scrapyard at 78 Monroe Ave. after contaminants were found in the soil and in the Rock River
An electric vehicle and two charging stations are now a part of DeKalb High School’s driver’s education program, made possible by a $50,000 grant from ComEd.
Photographer Alex Paschal shares the story behind the photo in this weekly installment.
Settlement resolves complaint stemming from 2020 release of hazardous pollutant.
The Land Conservancy of McHenry County recently launched a campaign to raise funds for the care and stewardship of Crowley Oaks Woods, an 83.5-acre preserve in Harvard.
McHenry County residents can bring their electronic recyclables, paper documents, clean Styrofoam, textiles, bulbs and batteries to one of the final two residential recycling events scheduled for 2022.
McHenry County College is now accepting vendor applications for its upcoming Green Living Expo with the early registration deadline coming up on Monday.
In a watershed moment for suburban land preservation efforts, a conservation group announced Monday it is buying the Duchossois family's 246.5-acre farm near Barrington Hills, long considered one of the most important tracts of open space in northern Illinois.
The first cycle of the state’s electric vehicle rebate program is coming to a close next month, but the $4,000 rebate applications will reopen in November.
Nearly four years after the project was announced, designs for a $23 million sustainability center at Northern Illinois University have received the go-ahead from the state of Illinois, with a planned 2026 completion.