Lincoln Park Conservancy


Lincoln Park Conservancy

Lincoln Park Conservancy offers a variety of programs at the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, Lincoln Park Conservatory and Gardens, and North Pond Nature Sanctuary.  Each of these beautiful park sites is located in Lincoln Park near Fullerton Parkway and Stockton Drive in Chicago.

Whether you enjoy educating the public about nature and park history, or planting wildflowers and pulling weeds, we offer volunteer opportunities for every level of commitment. Some programs, such as the Lincoln Park Docent Program, require a time commitment and formal training, while others, such as the North Pond Gardeners, require no commitment and optional training.

If you like being part of a team or prefer a more solitary volunteer experience, we have a program to fit your style. You can become a citizen scientist and monitor frog, dragonfly and butterfly populations through our Biodiversity Program. Groups are welcome to contact us to set up a special workday for your school, club or corporation.

Each year our volunteers have fun while donating thousands of service hours to Lincoln Park. In 2014, Lincoln Park Docents and North Pond Gardeners provided over 3,500 service hours, and planted nearly 2,000 native plants at the North Pond Nature Sanctuary.

Exercise your body and your mind - volunteer today!

Janis O'Neill Planting On Earth Day 2010 My Own Two Hands Club On Earth Day 2009 Gannon Give Day 2010 Mudflat Restoration

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