Immigrant Landscape

10:00 a.m.
Sand Ridge Nature Center
15891 Paxton Avenue
South Holland, Illinois 60473
Sam Cholke

Historians and naturalists will lead the discussion of how now-common plants reveal how local Illinois communities fit into the story of the largest change in a single landscape in U.S. history.  On July 13, join us for a 45-minute walking discussion with historian Ann Keating of North Central College and naturalist Alex Palmer of the Forest Preserve of Cook County moderated by Gavin Van Horn of the Center for Humans and Nature.

Free and open to the public, sponsored by Illinois Humanities.  Illinois Humanities is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.