July 27 From 10 am to Noon
What is it that you love about your property? Is it a stream or an oak savanna? Maybe it's a farm that has been in the family for generations. Everyone has a unique reason for wanting to preserve his or her land. If this is something you've been thinking about, we invite you to attend this seminar to learn more about some ways you can preserve your land....
An environmentally responsible land stewardship support program
for private homeowners
For three years, the Gilbertsens have lived at their 103-year old home in downtown Algonquin across the street from the Fox River. Due to their location and Logan's experiences as a water resource engineer, utilizing native plants to control water runoff, attracting beneficial wildlife, and participating in the Conservation@Home program was a great way to help...
Invasive species are a big problem for natural areas. An invasive plant is generally defined as any plant that is more aggressive than the high-quality native species and pushes those plants out over time. TLC tries to use any method other than herbiciding whenever possible.
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