PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY ON HOLD
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Restoring & Preserving Coral Woods Conservation Area, Marengo
With over 400 acres, Coral Woods Conservation Area is one of the largest remaining wooded areas in McHenry County — yet it was once a vast 3,000 acre woodland comprised of centuries old red, white and bur oaks interspersed with areas of sugar maples. The Conservation District is dedicated to preserving, restoring and managing this unique natural area, and you can help. Donations to the Planting for Tomorrow program and involvement from individuals, families, groups and organizations will ensure that the remaining woods will exist for generations to come.
Planting for Tomorrow Brochure/Order Form. To request a Planting for Tomorrow brochure, please call 815-338-6223.
Order online: Visit our new online reservation and registration system to place a Planting for Tomorrow order (go to Products). If you are making the donation in someone else's name, put this information in the Notes section.
Single Tree: $30.00
Three Trees: $75
Five Trees: $100
Orders will be accepted year-round.
Donations received after a deadline will be put towards the next planting date.
Deadlines for Tree Donations:
Spring Planting: September 1
Fall Planting: April 30
Help plant the trees you donate:
Tree donors are encouraged to come out and participate the day of planting:
Spring planting date: Last Friday of April, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Fall planting date: Last Friday of September, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tree species, sizes and numbers will be chosen according to the site's natural community and donation amounts at the time of ordering. The Conservation District and Mother Nature will be responsible for the care and management of the trees.
To make a donation or request a Planting for Tomorrow brochure, call (815) 338-6223 or make your donation online. Tree species, sizes and numbers will be chosen according to the site’s natural community and donation amounts at the time of ordering. The Conservation District and Mother Nature will be responsible for the care and management of the trees.
2010 - 2012 Acknowledgements
Algonquin Township SWAT
Warren & Patricia Dahn
Bill & Val Dysart
Chet & Nancy Hollister
Girl Scout Troop 599
Janice, Jodie & Steve James
Rick & Lois Johnson
Kishwaukee Trail Chapter, NSDAR
Diane Martling & Family
Samantha Mundell McGowen
Thomas & Janie Oberheide
Nancy L. Pierce
Charles S. Pope
Charles J. Racansky
Raven Wood Grove
Richmond Grade School - 3rd Grade
Keith & Brooke Schauer
SERVPRO of Southern McHenry
Ricky & Kristine Sharp
Matt Stadie & Alissa Stoxen
Gary & Mary Kay StauffersIrene Strantz
Elda Trout Weber Family
V.M. O'Leary Sheet Metal & Heating
Wonder Lake Lions Club
Zion Daisy Troop #130