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Saturday, February 23

2:10pm CST

Birds as a Connection to Nearby Nature rm. 49John Cawood • Lillian Holden Building a Vibrant Stewardship Community: Our Adventures at Somme rms. 54, 56, 58Eriko Kojima Climate Change: A Tale for Our Time rm. 46Cynthia Linton • Gregory Rajsky Conservation@Home – Going Beyond Our Borders rms. 52, 53Nina Baki • Val Kehoe Foundation of the Prairie: Soil Biology and Function rm. 22Elizabeth Bach Frogs and Toads of the Chicago Region rms. 33, 34Matt Hokanson From Prairies to Rain Gardens: Climate Change Adaptation for Chicago Wilderness Grasslands rm. 47Abigail Derby Lewis • Katherine Moore Powell • Douglas F. Stotz Grant Funding Options for Illinois Natural Areas from Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation rms. 55,57Brekke Bounds • Jolie Krasinski Measuring the Sustainability Benefits of Urban Agriculture: A Case Study rms. 40, 41John Zahina-Ramos Of Oak Trees and Little Animals rm. 21Thomas Simpson Restoring Multi-Layered Habitat in a Migrant Bird Hotspot rm. 44Judith Pollock • Jeff Skrentny • Derek Ziomber The Battle for Our Wetlands: How to use Warrior Sedges to Fight Against Wetland Invasives rms. 23-32Kevin Scheiwiller The Nuts and Bolts of Community Engagement rm. 51Annette Anderson The Prairie Sings to Me: City Poets Write of the Country rm. 50Paul Durica The State of Chicago Wilderness Grasslands and their Management rms. 42, 43Jim Herkert • Daniel Suarez Where Do Blue-spotted Salamanders Spend the Summer? rm. 48Karen Glennemeier Wild Indigo Nature Explorations: A Model Framework for Building Culturally-Resonant Programs in Collaboration with Communities of Color rm. 45Sanaa Green • Charmeise Jackson • Carina Ruiz