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Forest Preserves in the News

an osprey banded at Saganashkee Slough.

From researching thousands of native plants, to planning for the future of incredible local nature, the Forest Preserves is committed to protecting and restoring the county’s diverse ecosystems so all our unique native plants and animals can thrive in the wild. The Forest Preserves manages nearly 70,000 acres, which provides hundreds of opportunities for public education, pleasure and recreation.

Check out these recent news stories about the Forest Preserves of Cook County: