Arnold Randall

FPCC General Superintendent Receives 2017 Excellence in Public Service Award

The Civic Federation and the Motorola Solutions Foundation awarded Forest Preserves of Cook County General Superintendent Arnold Randall with the 2017 Excellence in Public Service Award during the annual breakfast on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017.

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Forest Preserves of Cook County Receives Five National Awards

In addition to being a place where plants and animals thrive, the Forest Preserves of Cook County works hard to inform the public of the many opportunities to learn about and explore our nearly 70,000 acres of wild and wonderful. Using innovative strategies and programs, the Forest Preserves has been able to connect a diverse audience to the exceptional nature found in Cook County. Read below to learn more about some of the award-winning strategies, programs and leadership that help us with our mission.

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VIDEO: Conserving Nature for the Next 100 Years

  In February, the Forest Preserves of Cook County and the Center for Humans and Nature held a “Conserving Nature for the Next 100 Years” event to explore thought-provoking questions and offer ideas critical to the future of our urban wilderness.

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Visit two of the treasures of the Forest Preserves of Cook County