“Green-CAP is the next level of our ongoing partnership with Chicago communities,” said Jo-Elle Mogerman, vice president of planning and community relations for the Chicago Zoological Society, which manages Brookfield Zoo. “We are thrilled to be able to inspire local communities to get involved with conservation in ways that are meaningful to them, including right in their own backyards.”
These upcoming events are generously supported by Cook County Commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia; Alderman Danny Solis; Alderman Ricardo Muñoz; the faith communities of St. Procopius/Holy Trinity, St. Agnes, and La Villita; and Groot Industries.
The public is invited to participate and help create greener Pilsen and Little Village neighborhoods. The events, which take place rain or shine, are:
Pilsen Clean and Green
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