Winter in Illinois means snow and usually a lot of it. Good for recreation if you like skiing, snowshoeing, making snowmen, and throwing the occasional snowball. Not so good for
Welcome to “Babbling Brook”, a blog series featuring our fearless leader Brook McDonald as he rambles around northeastern Illinois! I bet you hiked and spent more time outside in 2020.
Land and water preservation or enhancement? Two ways to get to the same goal? Or are they irreconcilably different? In this blog, we discuss geoengineering and conservation. Geoengineering: What, Why,
Medical research from around the world has documented the health benefits of getting out in nature. Over the years, The Conservation Foundation (TCF) has promoted using parks, forest preserves, and
Actually, wildlife corridors benefit more than just birds and bees. There is a wealth of information about wildlife corridors for butterflies, predators, and other species in a variety of climates