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Hackberry trees are the first plant to sprout at TLC's shrub club project to grow and plant more native shrubs & trees.
Invasive species cause a variety of problems in McHenry County.
The Land Conservancy of McHenry County offers three ways residents can help reforest the county.
Residents aren't buying the developers' promises of making things better with more rooftops.
Whether you love them or hate them, squirrels can be appreciated!
Canada geese are well adapted to life in the suburbs.
Natural Selection is nature's way of adapting to change.
Did you know that cardinals mate for life?
Why are the local hedgerows disappearing, and why does it matter?
Does it make sense to count the costs of war, crime and hurricanes as "good" for the economy?
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Editor Lake in the Hills Amie Schaenzer, Stephanie Price, Melanie Santostefano, Lorraine Swanson, and Gloria Casas,
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