VIRTUAL Restoring the Nachusa Grasslands

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Glencoe Public Library

Event Details

The Nachusa Grasslands is a 3,800-acre restored tallgrass prairie near Franklin Grove, about a two-hour drive from Glencoe. Managed by The Nature Conservancy, it is the state’s largest and most biologically diverse grassland restoration project. Naturalist and longtime Nachusa volunteer Susan Kleiman will describe the restoration process and tell the story of the large bison herd that now roams the land. Presented in partnership with the Friends of the Green Bay Trail.

REGISTER HERE for this Zoom program.

More about the presenter: Susan Kleiman holds a bachelor’s degree in forestry and wildlife management and a master's degree in environmental education and interpretation. She has been a Nachusa volunteer for three decades. She is also an educator at Byron Forest Preserve District. Her favorite nature subjects are the benefits of restoration, birds, plants and frogs of restored sites.

Event Type(s): Lecture
Age Group(s): Adult