Habitat 2030: Young Chicagoans Who Love Nature

The Forest Preserves of Cook County recently did a write-up on Habitat 2030, an environmental stewardship volunteer group I’ve recently become involved with: http://fpdcc.com/volunteer-spotlight-habitat-2030.

Our events include fun stuff like habitat restoration (removing invasive species, collecting native seeds), bioblitzes, camping, gullywalking, and good ol’ hiking within the awe-inspiring Chicago Wilderness.


Removing old sign posts at UIC’s James Woodworth Prairie


Exploring Illinois Beach State Park’s unique ecosystems

Catalogging an oak leaf gall at the Bunker Hill Bioblitz

Catalogging an oak leaf gall at the Bunker Hill Bioblitz


Blue-stemmed goldenrod (Solidago caesia) at a remnant prairie

Interested in getting outdoors, meeting like-minded young folks, and lending a hand to mother nature? Join our Facebook group or find us at any of the myriad links below.

More Info:
Our active Facebook group
Habitat 2030 Website
Join our email list by emailing habitat2030@gmail.com
Find us on Meetup.com

Volunteer Spotlight: Habitat 2030
Chicago Wilderness 2030: Visions for the Future by Stephen Packard

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