Algonquin earns accolade for park conservation
ALGONQUIN – By restoring the native shrubs in Gaslight Park Bird and Butterfly Sanctuary, the village has earned a conservation award.
The village was awarded a 2012 Conservation and Native Landscaping Award by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Chicago Wilderness, a nonprofit organization that works to restore local nature, for the restoration work performed in Gaslight Park.
The Conservation and Native Landscaping Awards recognize sites “that are exemplary in the use of native landscaping, ecosystem restoration and protection, and/or conservation design,” the village said in a news release.
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