Join us for our 21st Annual Earth Day at North Pond Nature Sanctuary on April 18th! Our main event starts at 10am and runs until 12pm, with an afternoon session from 12:30pm to 2:30pm for anyone that couldn't make the 10am spot or if morning registration fills up.
Tasks include: park cleanup, mulching around park trees, painting park benches and fences, planting and seeding native wildflowers and grasses, and more! Please plan for the weather (it's rain or shine) and wear closed toed-shoes and full-length pants.
If you are planning to bring a group or minors, please contact Aaron Hammond at (773) 883-PARK or firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate. Mention your shift preference (morning vs. afternoon) in the email.
Please RSVP in advance!
All minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian or have a signed waiver.
2000 N Racine Ave, Suite 4800, Chicago, IL 60614, US
The Lincoln Park Conservancy's mission is to preserve, restore and enhance the natural, historical and cultural assets of Lincoln Park, Chicago, through park planning, management, advocacy and capital improvement projects while providing park programs and opportunities for community involvement.
The Lincoln Park Conservancy is a not-for-profit organization. We offer fun and educational programs at some pretty cool places - the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool (a National Historic Landmark), the North Pond Nature Sanctuary (lots of wildlife and native plants), and the beautiful Lincoln Park Conservatory and Gardens.