striving to build a freer and more dignified world for now and our future
projects & PARTNERS
A youth-centered music organization that cultivates an empowering space for girls, women, trans and gender non-conforming people to collaborate and experiment in music, expression, performance, and collective care.
A project to regenerate empty lots into a resilient food forest system in the Carbondale's northeast. Using resilient species native to southern Illinois and/or bred for climate stress, the food forest will feature perennial food crops that use little water, build the health of the soil, and make steps toward local food security.
The public garden now hosts over 50 tree/bush plantings 1-2 years old. The grounds will be further developed with four community workdays slated for fall 2019.
A project to plant native species fruit and nut trees in Carbondale and the region to land owners, residents, community gardens, and food forests.
Our goal is food security, community engagement, and ecological awareness, and to improve quality of life and health in neighborhoods.
WAYS TO SUPPORT
Monetary contributions enable us to provide affordable or free programming to southern Illinois youth.
In-Kind services & contributions like meals, art supplies, and space-use, eliminate excessive overhead expenses.
Join our neighborhood classroom & offer a workshop, event, or course. Email to propose!
There are numerous ways you can support our work. Donate today via PayPal or contact us to learn how you can become a sustaining contributor, an educator, or a
partner with Libre Unschool.
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or make a one time donation via Paypal to
or send a check or money order to
Libre, 215 N Washington St, Carbondale IL 62901
indicate project in memo.