Beaubien Woods - Centennial Stewardship Volunteer Days

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Help restore the Chicago River system by joining the Centennial Volunteers. Volunteers will learn about our forest preserves, enjoy natural areas close to home and make a tangible difference to our environment. Volunteers will be trained by experts in restoration and resource management and be involved in regular volunteer days on the weekends throughout the year.

Depending on the season, volunteer days may also include native seed collection for dispersal in areas cleared of invasive species, hand pulling invasive grasses and flowers, as well as nature walks to enjoy the preserve. 

All the necessary tools and work gloves are provided. All participants should be dressed for a day of outdoor work. Please wear covered shoes (hiking boots or tennis shoes) and long pants. Clothing should be made of natural fibers such as cotton or wool (no synthetic clothing) as workdays often have brushpile burns and stray embers can "burn" clothing. Please wear comfortable clothes that can get dirty and your own drinking water. Depending on the season, a hat, sunscreen, or insect repellent may be good items to bring to a workday.

Beubien Woods is at 950 E. 134th St. in Chicago.

Are you a group? Please note! Group leaders must always contact the site steward first before registering for workdays: Laura Milkert:

Contact Iza Redlinski, 773-510-2486