Jim May and Nan Seidler live less than a mile from the highest glaciated point in Illinois, which is 1,189 feet above sea level.
Families and individuals alike will be able to enjoy a spectacular viewing site for migrating birds, pre-Civil War oak trees and other natural wonders at a highly accessible location in Woodstock.
Thirty-six acres were donated to TLC in October through a long-standing partnership with the Boone Creek Watershed Alliance (BCWA).
For the last ten years, the Chwalisz family has lived on their ¼-acre property in Woodstock.
Dave has lived on his 1/4-acre lot in Wonder Lake for the last 33 years, and landscaping with native plants for 25 of those years!
Thank you to all who attended Art of the Land on Sep. 22 and 23 at The Starline Factory in Harvard.
Judy Lovaas lived in her home in Crystal Lake for nearly 50 Years. It was where she and her husband John and their two sons lived, nestled among three acres of old oak and hickory trees.
The natural world around us is changing quickly.