Community Ed Program Saturday March 9, 2019

Favorite Native Plants: Trees, Shrubs, Flowers and Grasses

Saturday March 9, 2019

Meredith C. Tucker, Naturalist and Chair of CFC’s Habitat Corridors program

Our favorite presenter will share some favorite native plants that are popular with her Habitat Corridors homeowners. These plants grow successfully in various conditions in our area. Come get some ideas for your yard and be ready to order from the plant sale this spring.

Meredith is a naturalist who shares her enthusiasm for using native plants to create healthy habitat for all the valuable critters we want in our yards – the birds, butterflies and other insects. Native plants nourish these native bugs and birds and provide beautiful and useful habitat on homeowners’ properties. She is a former board member and president of Citizens for Conservation and founder and director of Habitat Corridors which provides site visits to homeowners, providing advice to improve habitat in their yards.

Upcoming Program:

A Morning with Rachel Carson

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Leslie Goddard, Actress and Scholar

Imagine having a conversation with Rachel Carson, scientist and author of Silent Spring, a wake-up call about the dangers of the pesticide DDT. This portrayal of an influential woman from the past has significant meaning for the environmental issues of today.


RSVP 847-382-SAVE (7283) or send an email to communityed@citizensforconservation.org.

Please provide your name, phone number & program name.
Programs begin at 10:00 a.m. and end by 11:30. Come for coffee, conversation and handouts at 9:30. CFC members attend free as a benefit of membership. Program fee is $10 for non-members.

All programs will be held at the Barrington Village Hall at 200 South Hough Street in Barrington. Convenient free parking in lot behind the building.