- Lincoln Park Conservancy Announces $25,000 Matching Grant
We’re thrilled to share that donations to the North Pond restoration project will be matched through year’s end by a generous anonymous donor.
Donate today to double your impact! Read more about this exciting development here.
- North Pond Virtual Public Meetings
This month, the Conservancy hosted public meetings with over 150 community members to discuss our restoration of North Pond. If you were unable to attend, you can view the presentation (North Pond Restoration Public Meeting Presentation – November 2020) or watch the recorded version from the November 11 meeting.
Still want to learn more? Visit our restoration webpage. You can also arrange a personal presentation for your group or building. E-mail Doug Widener to schedule a virtual North Pond presentation.
- Deck Your Halls: Poinsettias for a Purpose Sale – SOLD OUT!!
During our “Deck Your Halls: Poinsettias for a Purpose” online sale, the Conservancy will sell the nearly 700 gold, orange, and pink poinsettias grown by the Conservatory staff for the Winter Show. Funds from the sale help the Conservancy run the docent and greeter programs at the Conservatory, as well as other educational programs. This money also helps buy plants, fund seasonal shows, feed the fish, and assist with a number of other smaller projects in the Conservatory.
Restoring Lincoln Park’s Art, Architecture, and Nature Since 1984
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