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Turkey Creek Nature Preserve: a 700-acre initiative to protect endangered species

Turkey Creek Nature Pre­serve and Greenways is a 700-acre pri­vate ini­tia­tive to pro­tect endan­gered species. A tributary of Locust Fork, Turkey Creek is home to three endan­gered species of fish: ... read more

Congressman tours federally funded preserves in county

The Nature Conservancy partnered with the Ashtabula County Metroparks to combat invasive plant species like buckthorn, Japanese knotweed, multiflora rose and honeysuckle across 180 acres of Ashtabula ... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

Russell Juelg, land steward and Pine Barrens educator for the conservation foundation, will lead a hike to ponds at the Preserve where the tree frogs' distinctive "quonk-quonk-quonk" mating call can b... read more

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Uncertain Legacy

Both raise questions about whether the state is creating an uncertain legacy for its ... Sweetwater Creek and the Box R, among thousands of acres that range from less-than-pristine pinelands to unspoi... read more


Critical habitat status eyed for Turkey Creek

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has proposed designating 13 miles of Turkey Creek and its tributaries as critical habitat for the vermilion darter, an endangered fish species that ... Wild to buy the ... read more

ComEd, Openlands Support Sustainable Communities in Northern Illinois with 26 Environmental Grants

“At Openlands, we believe nature ... Preserve District of Will County): This project will establish native plants and control invasive plant species. Additionally, the restoration will provide a feedi... read more

Thanksgiving Day prank

Have you submitted your comments on taking wolves off the Endangered Species list? If you Google “Range Magazine ... the comments submitted by the mostly anonymous folks who want to protect wolves and ... read more

100 days, 100 reasons to be proud of our Decatur region

One-hundred days, 100 stories looking at what’s great about our region. We’ve spent the past months celebrating the people, places and history in our "100 reasons to love the Decatur area” feature. We ... read more

Let the McDaniels-Belichick hype machine begin!

Bill Belichick is no dummy when it comes to the NFL spin cycle. And with his New England team coming to Denver this week for a game against Josh McDaniels — Belichick’s former offensive coordinator — ... read more

Add to Illinois notebook

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Stories for September 2014

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Nobody is home in the cities of the future

LATHROP, Calif. — Drive along foreclosure alley, through new planned communities that look like tile-roofed versions of a 21st century ghost town, and you see what happens when people gamble with hous... read more



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