The Good, Bad and the Ugly: Oak Ecosystem Site Assessment
Join us for our first Oak Keepers workshop of the year, at beautiful Ryder’s Woods (750 Kimball Ave, Woodstock) on February 10 from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
Learn how to assess your oak ecosystem, and learn about the soils, trees, topography, and the potential your land holds. $10 per person, call 815-337-9502 or check back for the registration form soon.
How to become an Oak Keeper: Attend five Oak Keepers programs throughout the year. At the end of the year, join us at our hands-on required restoration workshop party to learn techniques of clearing invasive brush. Benefits: Recieve a six month membership to TLC, a hat or t-shirt, and help nurture our county's next generation of native trees. To learn more about Oak Keepers click here.
Paul Gelasi and Mike Krause at an Oak Keepers workshop.