Naturalist Lance Herning
Lance & Walkers, May 6, 2017
Lyman Woods Blue Bells
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Naturalist Lance Herning led wildflower walks in 2017 on the afternoon
of Saturday, May 6, at Lyman Woods and on the morning of Saturday, August 26 at Belmont Prairie. After the walks there were
refreshments and opportunities for conversation.
Highland Avenue Adopt-A-Highway
As part of our
contribution to preserving the entrance and perimeter of Lyman Woods
Forest Preserve, the Alliance has volunteered to participate in the
national Adopt-A-Highway program. Our adopted highway segment is
Highland Avenue from 39th Street north to 31st Street in Downers Grove,
IL. We can always use the help of volunteers during our quarterly
up days for 2017 are Saturdays, April 15, June 10, August 19, and
September 30 from 8:30 until 10:30 AM. We meet at the 33rd Street Lyman
Woods Parking Lot.
If you would like to help us keep Highland Avenue clean please contact us at info@PDHA.org to learn more about volunteering.
Pierce Downer's Heritage Alliance cooperates with the Downers Grove
Park District and School District 58 to celebrate Arbor Day with
planting trees in a local park. See www.PDHA.org for details as the date grows near.