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Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

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  • January 22 - Climate Cycle 100

    January 22 - Climate Cycle 100
    The Climate Cycle 100 event marks the 100-day countdown to the 2010 Solar Schools Ride. Climate Cycle is the first organization empowering the public to directly support solar on schools through its Solar Schools Ride each year, which raises money for...
  • Feb. 16: Focus on Family - Critter Cam

    Feb. 16: Focus on Family - Critter Cam
    Crittercam: The World Through Animal Eyes Through April 11 Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum 2430 North Cannon Drive Chicago (773) 755-5100 Crittercam is a scientific video- and data-gathering tool safely worn by wild animals,...
  • Chicago's Very Own, Endangered species photography

    A woman from Glenview, Ill., has turned her hobby of photographing birds into a thriving organization. Carol Freeman's pictures are important for more than their beauty. Her goal is to help the environment.   For more information on Carol Freeman,...
  • Apr. 20: Midday Fix - Make Your Own Upside-Down Tomato Planter

    Apr. 20: Midday Fix - Make Your Own Upside-Down Tomato Planter
    There are many ways you can add green space to small, urban areas; an upside-down tomato planter is just one example of an efficient and functional way to grow a variety of edible herbs and veggies. Basics of Making: There are different types of upside-...
  • Shedd slashing its staff; other museums pinched

    The Shedd Aquarium announced Monday it would lay off 44 full-time employees--16 percent of its staff of 267--because of declining attendance, a months-long trend that worsened after the terrorist attacks on the East Coast. "Shedd's leadership was...
  • Growing in the great indoors

    Your home, with its warm, dry air and handsome window treatments, may be a delight for people. But to a houseplant, it can be a hostile environment. Many of the plants we like to grow indoors hail from tropical, subtropical or desert lands where they...