Progress in the Preserves, Blue Island

Tags: Volunteers, Attend, CREW opportunities, and Centennial Volunteers

You are invited to come learn about and celebrate the impact Centennial Volunteers stewardship has on our forest preserves. After measuring the biodiversity of nine river edge preserves, the significant changes brought about by volunteers are clear and the results are scientific, encouraging and amazing!

The session will be held at the Blue Island Historical Society, 13018 Maple Avenue, in south suburban Blue Island on Thursday, February 7 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Become aware of the important work being accomplished, meet current volunteer leaders and help us honor the volunteers who’ve accomplished so much in just a few years. Together the Forest Preserves, its partners and the citizens of Cook County are restoring harmony, diversity and balance with nature. Who knows… maybe we’ll see you out on the next volunteer day?

Light refreshments will be provided. This is a free event and all are welcome.

RSVP (tickets) encouraged but not required! Register here.