Diane Bodkin Profile in LZ Courier

A heartfelt congratulations to Diane Bodkin, chairwoman of the South Barrington Conservancy, on her recent profile in the LZ Courier! You can find a link to the article here.

Barrington Area Fall Bird Walks & Hikes

Survey the area for late nesters and early migrants with Barrington area naturalist Wendy Paulson on Thursday, August 25 @ 3:30 pm at Baker’s Lake (parking lot on Highland Ave. south of Hillside Ave.) Walks are free and open to the public though spaces are limited and RSVP’s are required. Hikes will only be cancelled in cases of extreme weather. …

Butterflies on the Prairie – Youth Education on 8/6/16

August 6, 1:00-­3:00 p.m. at CFC Headquarters Join Citizens for Conservation for a butterfly tour at Flint Creek Savanna. We will discuss the life cycle of butterflies, butterflies we may see, and look for butterflies as we walk the trail. Each student will receive milkweed seeds to plant and a caterpillar to take home and release when it emerges from its chrysalis. Children …

CFC Participates in 4th of July Parade – A Community Celebration

By Gail Vanderpoel Citizens for Conservation had 28 participants in the Barrington 4th of July Parade this year. They included two young children, 7 high school students, and many CFC members. We began preparations with the help of 2 artistic high school students and the creative design of President Tom Crosh. We constructed a 10′-6″ long green snake with paper mache over plastic …

Earth Hour – Lights Out Celebration 3/19

Earth Hour is a worldwide grassroots movement uniting people to protect the planet, and is organised by WWF. Engaging a massive mainstream community on a broad range of environmental issues, Earth Hour was famously started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia in 2007. Since then it has grown to engage more than 700 cities and towns worldwide, and the …

Native Trees and Shrubs Presentation – 3/24

Native Trees and Shrubs Thursday, March 24 Annamarie Lukes, Meredith Tucker, and Sarah Hoban, Citizens for Conservation As part of CFC’s Community Education series, we will be leading a discussion to help people decide on which trees and shrubs they should purchase at the upcoming Native Plant Sale in May. The meeting will take place at 7 pm on 3/24, at the …