Harvard Gateway Project
The Harvard Community has an opportunity to preserve an important visual gateway to the City at the intersection of Routes 14 and 23 - forever. The 17 1/2 acre property includes three oak groves as well as a valuable segment of Rush Creek. The City of Harvard, Dunham Township, and The Land Conservancy of McHenry County are working together to raise the funds to purchase this property with the goal of it becoming a nature park for City residents and an outdoor classroom for students at the nearby Crosby School.
Ways to donate to the Harvard Gateway Project
- By mail: TLC, PO Box 352, Woodstock, IL 60098
- By phone: 815-337-9502
- In person: Visit our office at Hennen Conservation Area, 4622 Dean St, Woodstock. Please give us a call first to make sure someone is in the office.
- Online:See options below to make a donation online via paypal.
Make a Donation Today
Your tax-deductible donation or pledge of support today will help make this project a reality – ensuring a scenic entrance to the community forever.
You can also make a one-time gift to the project. Gifts of any amount will be acknowledged in TLC's Annual Report, and gifts of at least $50 will be recognized on the entry kiosk.