Home / Tag Archives: calumet

Tag Archives: calumet

Reading the Calumet Landscape

First Tuesday Series at the Library – The Calumet Landscape The Library and the Friends of the Forest Preserves host a series of First Tuesday presentations about nature and the outdoors. The next one is on our Calumet Landscape. How did backyard gullies, hills or wetlands form? Naturalist John Elliott surveys clues to our history found in our modern landscape. ... Read More »

Calumet-Sag Trail Featured

“How much of Chicago’s wealth has come through those rail lines that drive everyone crazy? A lot of it, but again, that’s a historical legacy that’s not told or not recognized. I think Calumet-Sag Trail is going to bring a lot more recognition to the role those communities played in making the Chicagoland what it is today.”  So says Steve ... Read More »