Coyotes to Bees: Wildlife of the Fox River Valley
April 15, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
PLEASE NOTE: Given concerns regarding COVID-19, and our social and ethical responsibility to minimize our contribution to the spread of it,
this event has been canceled.
Healthy people and healthy communities are at the heart of The Conservation Foundation’s mission.
The safety, health, and well-being of our staff, volunteers and those joining us at events is a top priority of our team at all times. We will explore rescheduling options when we see how this all unfolds.
We urge you to get outside during this time of isolation,
following social distancing and Shelter In Place guidelines.
Wishing you good health and good spirits – we’re all in this together!
The Fox River and the land next to it contribute to the open space, natural areas and water quality we enjoy and that add so much to the quality of life we appreciate in the Fox Valley. The River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles, in partnership with The Conservation Foundation, has scheduled a 5-part educational series about issues related to the health and life of the Fox River.
Join us for a talk on the wildlife of the Fox River Valley.
Pam Otto, Author and Outreach Ambassador, St. Charles Park District, Member-Natural Resources Commission
We thank the St. Charles Park District for hosting the programs from 7-8 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room at Pottawatomie Community Center. There’s no better place than right on the river!