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Stay up-to-date on the happenings in Will County's Forest Preserves by reading our quarterly newsletter, The Citizen. The Citizen includes the latest news, events, and fun information for the whole family.

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September 2016
Forest Preserve Districtís Newsletter Goes Digital
The Forest Preserve District of Will Countyís digital newsletter, The Citizen, launches next week, so now is the time to subscribe to the new online publication.
Help Preserve the Preserves as a Volunteer
There are ample opportunities to help enhance biodiversity in the District and to keep the preserves healthy and teeming with native flora and fauna.
Interactive Map Updated for Mobile Devices
The Forest Preserve District of Will County's interactive map, which debuted in 2014 for desktop computers, is now compatible with mobile devices.
McKinley Woods' History Once Housed CCC Camp, German POWs
McKinley Woods is one of the oldest preserves owned and managed by the District.
Save the Date for Musher Mania
Mark your calendars for one of the Forest Preserve's most popular events!
Volunteer on National Public Lands Day
Join in this year's National Public Lands Day by volunteering for the Forest Preserve at Isle a la Cache preserve in Romeoville.
Volunteer Spotlight: John Mittelbrun
John Mittelbrun first came to the District as a volunteer in 2009 after attending an open house at Isle a la Cache Museum.
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