Bring your work or social group out to Lincoln Park to help us restore and maintain the beautiful landscapes and natural areas of this historic and expansive park. Groups plant trees, shrubs, and native wildflowers and grasses; mulch around park trees; collect litter; weed invasive species, and perform other essential tasks.

No pre-training is necessary, as our expert staff lead a quick, educational demonstration on what we're doing and why. We can cater to most groups' time, size, and schedule demands, with most workdays lasting around 2-3 hours and taking place on weekday mornings - just call/email us to find out!

Donations suggested but not mandatory. For corporate groups, please determine before contacting us whether your office has a corporate donation match or foundational donation program. We only plant at certain times of year (late April-late June and early September-mid October) for the plants' sake, and if your groups requires additional plants, donations are more necessary. Lincoln Park Conservancy provides gloves, tools, and the necessary supervision for the workday.

Please contact Aaron Hammond at (773) 883-PARK or ahammond@lincolnparkconservancy.org to discus and schedule your workday! Also, save us some time by filling out this pre-survey.


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