Shoal Creek Volunteers




Shoal Creek Volunteers, an organization formed in 1990 has four purposes: 1) to preserve remnants of natural areas of south central Illinois; 2) to restore and manage natural areas and ecosystems; 3) to educate and involve the general public in the above activities; and 4) to provide a vehicle for accepting donations of land and funds for management and educational activities. The organization and its volunteers have primary management responsibility for the following two sites: 1) Shoal Creek Conservation Area, owned by the City of Litchfield, consisting of 250 acres of open woodland and prairie barrens openings. This site is of statewide significance for the high quality of its barrens community.

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