GO LIVE! date is May 11, 2014, for the Interactive Feature at Citizens for Conservations's Flint Creek Savanna. The Flint Creek Savanna trails will be open to the public that afternoon May 11th from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. (Mother's Day might be a great family outing time to come take a walk and see the flowers blooming for the occasion!).
Six plaques will be posted along the trail with QR Codes that can access videos of CFC Restoration Experts telling about the Founder Waid Vanderpoel, Native Seed Gardens, the plants and animals of the prairie, the birds of the savanna, and the award-winning restoration efforts.
The preserve, at CFC's headqueaters at 459 West Hwy 22 in Lake Barrington, is usually open only to CFC members and escorted guests. However, on the first Sunday afternoon of each month from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. June through October, the prairie will be open free to the public with a CFC member guide and educator. Lemonade and education will be provided.