Monthly Archives: June 2022

Warrior Sedge Wetland Restoration by Citizens for Conservation at Flint Creek Savanna

By Kevin Scheiwiller Goals of Project: Find a technique that can be used to sustainably rebuild streamside marsh, sedge meadow, and seeps in areas formerly dominated by wetland invasives through small trial areas (<1 acre) If trial plots appear effective, … Continue reading

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2022 GRN Workshop

Here is the registration link: https://citizensforconservation.app.neoncrm.com/eventReg.jsp?event=102&amp; Agenda: Tuesday August 16th  8AM – 9AM: Networking and Coffee 9AM- 9:30AM: Introduction and Overview of Barrington Greenway Initiative and the GRN workshop 10AM – 12PM: First Tour Rotation: Four concurrent tours (We will … Continue reading

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Invasive Reed canary grass control

By Bill Kleiman As described in Plants of the Chicago Region, “Phalaris arundinacea, reed canary grass, is introduced from Eurasia. This grass is planted by farmers for pasture and erosion control. It is very common in marshes and other moist … Continue reading

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