Habitat Highland Park

Habitat Highland Park

Mini Garden Tour:

August 27th 1:00 - 4:00 pm

LWV with GoGreen Habitat HP Mini Garden Tour

Info and registration here





Follow our progress here ...



Jointly sponsored by Go Green Highland Park and the League of Women Voters of Highland Park-Highwood, Habitat Highland Park is a grassroots initiative dedicated to obtaining National Wildlife Federation (NWF) recognition and certification of Highland Park as a Community Wildlife Habitat.
Habitat Highland Park, a joint project of Go Green Highland Park and the League of Women Voters of Highland Park-Highwood, with funding support from the Rotary Club of Highland Park/Highwood, launched on Sunday, May 1 (Arbor Day Rain Date) by creating demonstration wildlife gardens on the grounds of historic Stupey Cabin. 

Focused on a goal of achieving National Wildlife Federation (NWF) accreditation as a Ã¢â‚¬Å“Community Wildlife Habitat” for the City of Highland Park, Habitat Highland Park’s steering committee will be overseeing the creation and maintenance of a group of educational demonstration gardens on the Stupey Cabin property adjacent to Highland Park Library and City Hall. Habitat HP will use the gardens to help residents learn about converting a portion of their property into wildlife habitat through the use of beneficial native plants. Future programming will focus on getting your garden started, eliminating toxic pest and weed killers from yard and so much more. Find out how to certify your yard and how you can get involved in this exciting new project on our new Habitat Highland Park page. Read this great synopsis from our project leader Candice Dalrymple.
(courtesy of Go Green Highland Park)