Every Tuesday (2, 9, 16, 23, 30) at Maple Lane 10:00—noon
Every Thursday (4, 11, 18, 25) at Adams Wildlife Sanctuary 9:00—11:00
Every Tuesday (6, 13, 20, 27) at Maple Lane 10:00—noon
Every Thursday (1, 8, 15, 29) at Adams Wildlife Sanctuary 9:00—11:00
Every Tuesday (4, 11, 18) at Maple Lane 10:00—noon
Every Thursday (6, 13, 20, 27) at Adams Wildlife Sanctuary 9:00—11:00
Places we work, and directions to each site:
Maple Lane: Contact site manager (to be determined) for more information.
Adams Wildlife Sanctuary: Join us at the Illinois Audubon Society’s sanctuary in Springfield. Meet in the sanctuary’s parking lot. Address: 2315 E Clear Lake Ave, Springfield, IL 62703.
Glenwood Woods: Join us for stewardship activities at this City Water Light and Power property on Lake Springfield. Meet at Lake Wood Drive, the first road east of Glenwood Middle School.
Hickory Point Woods: East on Toronto Road to West Lake Drive. Turn right, continuing east. Turn right on Island Bay Lane, go past Hickory Point Lane and park on the east side of the road next to the timber.
Nipper Wildlife Sanctuary: Join us at this prairie restoration outside Loami. From Springfield or Chatham, take E. Loami Road west to Lead Line Road. Turn south (left) on Lead Line to Withers Road. Turn West (right) on Withers. Go about one-half mile until you see the signs for the sanctuary. Meet in the parking lot at 9560 Withers Road.
South Fork Nature Reserve: Take Route 29 to Rochester. Turn east on the first street out of Rochester which is Tuxhorn Road. Turn left on Wright Road to Gaule Road. Turn right on Gaule Road to Bakutis Road and park.
Walden West: Join us at this privately-owned natural area near Manito. Meet at the Hardees at Walnut and Jefferson Streets in Springfield one hour before the time listed above.
Washington Park: Join volunteers in controlling exotic species in Springfield’s Washington Park.
Wolf Preserve: Join us for stewardship activities at our preserve near Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site. Meet at the Hardees at Walnut and Jefferson Streets in Springfield one half-hour before work time.
Workdays usually last about two hours and often include a tour. Work gloves and boots are recommended for all work days. All other equipment is provided.
Prescribed burns are weather-dependent and are NOT scheduled in advance. Call Vern to be included on his e-mail list of volunteers interested in helping burn. Due to weather conditions, there may be only a day’s notice prior to a burn being conducted. See our Stewardship page for more information.