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Part 1. Where The Wild: Logan Square to Forest Glen


Part 1. Where The Wild: Logan Square to Forest Glen

Time: September 10, 2017 from 8:45am to 2pm
Location: Logan Square
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Event Type: social
Organized By: The House of OOFD
Latest Activity: Sep 7, 2017

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From the streets and into the woods: Come satisfy your woodland soul as we tred lightly into ecological restoration for a hands on experience that will grow for a lifetime. Featuring: The House Of OOFDSerbians of Sunnyday Tap, and The NBT Project.

A Sunday morning bike ride with the Out our Front Door Organization from the Logan Square Monument to Forest Glen Woods, with bikes, ecological restoration, native plant talk, Sunnyday Tap and Drinks. 

The woods of Cook County hold more wild than we think. And it is here at Forest Glen we find simple pleasures of nature. Full Details below.
-Meet at Logan Square Monument 8:45am
-A Casual One hour bike ride to the forest.
-Do Good & Feel Good restoration work from 10am-1:00pm.
-After for those who are interested: Homemade bread, Serbian food, and Drinks at Sunnyday Tap for a well deserved beverage.
We will finish back at Logan Square.

​Tools and Gloves are provided. Please bring a water bottle, bike lock, and clothing for the woods.

​The Where The Wild Things Grow program encourages bicycle community involvement in ecological restoration throughout the Chicagoland regional trail network. A partnership and alliance network between The Out Our Front Door Organization and Habitat2030 to assist local organizations and local land stewards to restore and maintain native habitats in the Lower Lake Michigan Basin Area by bicycle. Join us to create native corridors that lead to natural open lands.

We will join the North Branch Restoration Project and Centennial Volunteers to restore this woodland, savanna, and floodplain to its former beauty by bike! "This site is new to restoration and will depend on the community of volunteers to remove invasive plants, collect and distribute native seeds, and reduce erosion issues.
and much more." -NBRP

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