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Job Opening:  Senior Manager of Advancement

Job Opening: Senior Manager of Advancement

Now that our new Director of Advancement Steve Baldwin has taken the reigns, we are seeking the fill the position…
Introducing Our New Director of Advancement

Introducing Our New Director of Advancement

At The Conservation Foundation we work every day in the humble acknowledgment that all of our programs depend upon the…
August 10th: Farm to Fork

August 10th: Farm to Fork

Join us on August 10th for an evening of deep nourishment as we feast on the fruits of McDonald Farm’s…
Summer Camps: Registration now open!

Summer Camps: Registration now open!

Keep the little ones in your life engaged with the outdoors this summer at our Summer Camps!
Get your share of the Earth's Harvest!

Get your share of the Earth's Harvest!

2019 Spring, main season and fall shares of the Green Earth Harvest CSA are on sale now! Bring our nutritious,…
Art of the Fox: Where Art and Nature Converge

Art of the Fox: Where Art and Nature Converge

Peruse our collection of beautiful Fox River paintings by Joel Sheesley, Artist-in-Residence for The Conservation Foundation’s Art of the Fox…
On To New Adventures: Director of Advancement Chere Hayes Retiring

On To New Adventures: Director of Advancement Chere Hayes Retiring

“Working at The Conservation Foundation these past 17 years has been one of my life’s greatest adventures.” ~Director of Advancement…
Just One Thing

Just One Thing

Most of us have good intentions to live more lightly on the Earth today than we did yesterday, yet our…
Remembering "Bunny": Bequest Makes New Wildlife Sanctuary Possible

Remembering "Bunny": Bequest Makes New Wildlife Sanctuary Possible

“I have some very bad news for you”, the voice on the phone said. “Mary Ann Holzer has passed away.” …
Help Wanted:  Part Time Watershed Education & Outreach Assistant

Help Wanted: Part Time Watershed Education & Outreach Assistant

We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to join our river and water protection staff part-time to help with education…
Introducing a New Affiliate of The Conservation Foundation- Chicago Living Corridors

Introducing a New Affiliate of The Conservation Foundation- Chicago Living Corridors

The native plant movement really has been growing over the last 10 to 15 years; all the evidence points to…
Environmental Scholarships Available - March 22nd Application Deadline

Environmental Scholarships Available - March 22nd Application Deadline

The following scholarship is available to area college students who are majoring in natural resources or a related field. Application…
Landscaping For a Healthier Life: Resources from the DuPage Environmental Summit

Landscaping For a Healthier Life: Resources from the DuPage Environmental Summit

More than 200 people joined us on January 19th, 2017 for the DuPage Environmental Summit to learn about Landscaping For…
Land Preservation Efforts Earn Urban Forestry Award

Land Preservation Efforts Earn Urban Forestry Award

We at The Conservation Foundation are honored to have received the Forestry Outreach Award from the Chicago Region Trees Initiative…
Introducing a New Affiliate of The Conservation Foundation- Chicago Living Corridors

Introducing a New Affiliate of The Conservation Foundation- Chicago Living Corridors

The native plant movement really has been growing over the last 10 to 15 years; all the evidence points to…