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2019

RESTORATION DAYS

Help Restore an Oak Savanna and Pioneer Cemetery

Third Saturday of the month, 1 to 3:30 pm

Come to our regularly scheduled restoration day of each month--Or call us and we'll plan a restoration day to fit your schedule!

Join with other nature-loving volunteers at the Alden Sedge Meadow, a McHenry County Conservation District site, to restore a globally-endangered ecosystem. We will be removing invasive plants, sowing native seeds, and stacking brush. No previous experience required! We will provide training, work gloves and tools. Please dress in layers, and wear sturdy shoes or boots. After working, we will take an interpretive walk in this amazing natural area, normally closed to the public except for occasions like this.

Meet at 15820 IL Route 173, between Hebron and Harvard, Illinois.

Call Jack or Judy Speer at 815-648-1372 to let us know you are coming!


Saturday, February 23

Wild Things Community 

Wild Things Conference 2019

9 am to 6 pm

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, 5555 N River Rd, Rosemont, IL 60018

Small Waters Education members will present a workshop: the Epic of the Chicago Bioregion 

Enter into the 13.7 billion year story of this bioregion, with all its creativity, drama, beauty and survival. Led by the voices of science and wisdom, this performance will include audience participation.

Schedule and registration info


May 31, June 1 and 2

Midwest Women's Herbal Conference Logo - Herbalism, Wise Women, Permaculture Midwest Women's Herbal Conference

Camp Helen Brachman, Almond, WI

Judy Speer will present two workshops and a plant walk

Schedule and registration info



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