We are pleased to be on hand a riveting discussion with Laurie Lawlor at the Glenview Public Library featuring her book, Restoring, Prairie, Woods, and Pond, How a Small Trail Can Make a Big Difference. Hear the inspiring true story of how volunteers in a small Wisconsin town 80 miles from Chicago restored a forgotten wilderness by removing litter and invasive plants, cutting buckthorn, and planting natives, creating a natural habitat that's an outdoor classroom for children and a beloved nature walk for the whole community. Author Laurie Lawlor of Evanston will be autographing her nonfiction book, Restoring, Prairie, Woods, and Pond, which will be available for purchase. Children, families, and environmental enthusiasts of all ages are invited. This event is sponsored by Greener Glenview, Glenview Native Habitat, and Glenview Public Library.
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A small town with few resources comes together to restore nature and create a valuable resource for the entire community in this inspiring middle grade nonfiction book.