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Cardno experts to share expertise on upcoming Chicago Wilderness café meetings

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Two Cardno leaders will be participating in upcoming meetings hosted by the Chicago Wilderness organization.

On May 15 from 12 – 1 p.m. CST, Cardno Senior Business & Leadership Development Manager Chris Kline will discuss the Impact of COVID-19 on Landscaping & Planting Plans. Chris will share insight into the pandemic’s impact on landscape and planting production, restoration projects, and sustainability.


On May 19 from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. CST, Cardno Senior Project Ecologist Dan Salas will present Monarch Conservation on Rights-of-Way. Dan will lead a conversation about pollinator habitat conservation on energy and transportation lands and examine the relevance of the recently approved voluntary conservation agreement for the monarch butterfly.

To register for either event via Zoom, visit the Chicago Wilderness Café events page.

Chicago Wilderness is a regional alliance of more than 250 members including public landowning agencies, nonprofit organizations, community-based organizations, educational institutions, government agencies, businesses, and volunteer-based groups.

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