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Citizens for Conservation continues winter schedule

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  • Heedless of wind and weather, new and experienced Citizens for Conservation restoration volunteers continue their regular winter schedule, rescuing native trees from buckthorn and other invasives.

      Heedless of wind and weather, new and experienced Citizens for Conservation restoration volunteers continue their regular winter schedule, rescuing native trees from buckthorn and other invasives.
    Courtesy of Donna Bolzman

 
Citizens for Conservation

Citizens for Conservation restoration volunteers work every Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m.

Brush cutting and all of its aerobic exercise energizes these hardy workers as they free native trees from the clutches of invasive brush.

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Experienced and beginning volunteers meet at CFC headquarters, 459 W. Route 22 in Lake Barrington.

Look for the white farmhouse with a silo across from Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital.

Bring work gloves and dress for the weather. CFC will provide tools and refreshments.

For more information, or to register groups, call CFC at (847) 382-SAVE (7283).

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