Our Native Plant Sale is back! Once again, to keep everyone safe, it's an online-only sale. Online orders will be accepted through April 15th. Plant pickup will be Saturday, May 1st, at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve in St. Charles.
Help the environment for endangered Blanding's turtles in the Kane County's forest preserves, through our Adopt a Turtle program! You can be on "Team Turtle," become a Blanding's Backer, or join as a Blanding's Buddy. This program helps the District go above and beyond the Forest Preserve District's normal capacity for research, education, seasonal staff, technology and field supplies, as well as habitat improvement projects. Adopt your turtle, today!
To adopt a turtle via credit card, visit:
To adopt via check, see: https://kaneforest.com/upload/AAT_Flyer18.pdf
For more information, see Adopt a Turtle.
Less than one-tenth of one percent of the original Illinois prairie remains. The Foundation is a charitable organization that helps the Forest Preserve District's efforts to acquire and restore and protect prairies, woodlands and wetlands, throughout Kane County.
The Kane Forest Preserve Foundation actively works to restore, restock, protect and preserve forest preserve lands for the education, recreation and pleasure of all Kane County citizens — plants and wildlife alike. Support the Foundation, today.
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The Foundation is located within Forest Preserve District administrative headquarters, in Geneva, Illinois. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1996 S Kirk Rd Ste 320, Geneva, IL 60134, US
Kane County forest preserves are open every day, sunrise to sunset.
Your support will help the Forest Preserve District of Kane County accomplish more. You may direct your gift to the following categories:
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